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Single mom with breast cancer speaks about struggles after being laid off by Union Pacific

(Source: Television station KETV, February 14, 2019)

OMAHA, Neb. Union Pacific laid off 150 workers at its Omaha headquarters Tuesday. JoAnna Draper puts a face and story to those employees, sharing her struggles and fears after being terminated. Perhaps the most troubling part of losing her job is that Draper said she will lose her health insurance at the end of February. Doctors diagnosed the single mom with breast cancer in September. She had surgery in November and started chemotherapy in December. She still has 11 of those treatments remaining and will then start radiation.

Full story: www.ketv.com

Friday, February 15, 2019

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