Finding that an administrative law judge failed to consider the potentially debilitating side effects of chemotherapy, a 3rd Circuit panel has ordered a new hearing in a New Jersey woman’s bid for Social Security benefits.

To get Social Security, a claimant must show that she is unable to engage in “any substantial gainful activity” due to a physical, mental or medical condition that has lasted or is expected to last for at least one year.

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