Thanks to the advances that have been made in cancer diagnosis and treatment, more people than ever before are surviving cancer. Across the world, around 32.6 million people are still alive five years after their diagnosis, with many cancer survivors wanting to return to work. Cancer survivors cite both financial and emotional reasons for going back to work, with a job restoring normality, stability, social contact and income. For businesses, supporting people to come back to work after a cancer diagnosis improves their capacity to retain experienced employees, reduce sickness-related absence and help sustain a resilient, productive workforce.