Lecturer Says She Lost Job Over Cancer Diagnosis

April 29, 2016

Cynthia Clark is suing the University of Texas at Arlington, charging that she lost her job as a lecturer after her diagnosis of liver cancer, The Star-Telegram reported. Clark tried to get courses assigned to her after she was hospitalized but describes being turned down for positions and losing her health insurance, despite having taught for years, winning rave reviews. She had started at the university as an adjunct and rose to the rank of senior lecturer. The university said it does not comment on litigation.

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