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  • They're not disabilities, they're diseases. Sometimes the symptoms can lead to a disability.
  • Because they are terminal illnesses that can be debilitating. Chemotherapy can take a toll on any cancer suffering person and render them unfit for work. HIV/AIDS can cause further illnesses and can also be spread - hence it's best such people not work.
  • If you've never been through it then you don't know what you're talking about! And YOU are not in a position to say what is and is not a disability. And I thank God you're not because you are terribly ignorant of the whole situation! "While cancer is a disability regardless of how long it puts you out of work, only some people will qualify for disability benefits through the Social Security Administration (SSA)." https://www.disability-benefits-help.org/disabling-conditions/cancer-and-social-security-disability What makes you think you have a right to judge anyone anyway?

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