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The girl's father

I have Hepatitis B. The father of the little girl, brother in law, has Hepatitis C. He was in need of getting medical care by needling of Interferon once a week.
By the care, he had serious bad side-effects every time, like high heat of body and pains of joining parts of arms and legs. So he had to take a day-off every week. One day his chief said to him "We have to say that our desire is you put an end to the work. You aren't in need of coming from today.

So cold...cold company.


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I am moved by feeling for him. I have seen, through my experiences on business, that some companies are sometimes so cruel to a worker who is frequently away from work because of his/her serious disease. Some of those see a worker as only a work force but not a living person.

Posted by: tsuchiya | 04/03/2005 12:34

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