More than 80 per cent of cancer or heart disease respondents in Japan had been hospitalized after treatment, the data obtained from the health ministry showed on Saturday.
About 1030 cancer or heart patients surveyed by the Ministry said that they had worked in the hospital to return work reports and benefits to their offices, according to data.
The results of the first large-scale survey of the Ministry, as publicly published, make it difficult for many patients to concentrate on the treatment.
While the government promotes the need to balance work and treatment, the telescope has created a better environment for experts.
"I believe that the survey is reflected directly in reality," said Naomi Sakurai, director of the Cancer Survivors Recruiting Project, who assisted in the treatment of cancer personnel.
"Patients think they have problems with their workplace and they think they should work in the hospital, but they do not forget that treatment must be a priority," said Sakurai.
In the Ministry's survey, between the ages of 20 and 64, among the people hospitalized over the last five years, it was held between 25 and 24 major hospitals between December and March.
91.1 percent used smartphones to work from one place to another, such as common spaces in hospitals or rooms.