Breast Cancer Sisterhood: Brendahttp://www.breastcancersisterhood.com/_blog/Brenda%27s_Blog
Blogger Brenda does an excellent job of providing the latest information on the breast cancer survival front. The writing here is as engrossing as it is informative.
From an Obsessive Optimist in the Eye of A Hurricane.http://mommemau2.wordpress.com/
Cherry's motto is, "Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass; It's about learning to dance in the rain." She is an inspiration because of her personal battle with breast cancer.
The Uniboob Clubhttp://uniboobclub.blogspot.com/
Christina Olachia, a 37 year old mother of two began The Uniboob Club blog after her battle with breast cancer. She was diagnosed in 2006 and had a mastectomy and underwent chemotherapy. The blog is not just about her journey but it is a way to help other women going through what she went through and to educate women in general about breast cancer and the importance of mammograms. In addition, she holds events, such as the upcoming BBQ and Benefit to bring awareness and education. She used humor and optimism to get through her cancer battle and helps other women to do the same.
My Favorite Self-Help Stuffhttp://myfavoriteselfhelpstuff.com/
Blogger Elisabeth has both a PhD and master's degree, is a writer, and began the whole process of blogging after she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She offers self-help resources for body, mind, and soul.
Breast Cancer? But Doctor....I Hate pink!http://www.butdoctorihatepink.com/
Blogger Ann has personally kick breast cancer's tail in Sacramento, California. Her blog began in September 2009, when she first detected a lump on her breast in May of that same year. She decided to ignore the symptom, and ended up suffering from a cancer diagnosis soon afterward. Ann's site has developed a loyal following accrued in due part to her honesty and straightforwardness about the pitfalls and choice positive moments of a life battle this atrocious affliction.
Battling Breast Cancer With Classhttp://www.battlingbreastcancerwithclass.com/
Hit songs by Beyonce and India.Arie appear on Marcy's uplifting blog here, with the intention of bolstering the spirits of those confront breast cancer with aggressive and empowering beats. This page is also strewn with informative videos and links to help cancer battlers feel a little closer to living normal lives; make-up tips, for example, and fashion advice are prevalent here. Marcy just completed the last of three surgeries related to her cancer last year, and her optimism pours through each post.
Dancing With Cancerhttp://jillscancerjourney.blogspot.com/
Jill has logged in a lion's share of years in direct conflict with breast cancer. First diagnosed in 1999 in her late 30s, she has gone on to grapple the cancer an additional four more times. Above all, Jill appears to be focused on once again conquering the illness and breaking free once and for all. Each post here features a detailed description on her current medical care. Dancing solo has never seemed so desirable.
An extremely positive reception from Stephen Fry may not cure cancer, but it should definitely direct you to Lisa's polished and poignant page here. At twenty-eight years of age, the telling lump arrived that would launch stage-three cancer. Yet Lisa demonstrated a refreshing, nearly caustic wit, determined to milk her breasts for all their worth. There's no denial of pain and panic -- natural reactions to cancer -- here, but that nervous energy is somehow refocused with humor and warmth in these posts.
Boobs and Ovarieshttp://boobnoophbrca1.blogspot.com/
BRCA1 and BRCA2 are two of the most important discoveries in recent medical history; they are a pair of genes associated with breast cancer. Women, or even men, who inherit a problematic mutation of either them are a greater risk of dealing with this cancer type. Mrs. Jones in England unfortunately suffers from a BRCA dilemma and blogs about her attempt to counteract the fate her genes may predict for her. Humor, a love of life, and myriad hobbies and passions are her recipe for joy.
Caroline's Breast Cancer Bloghttp://carolinemfr.blogspot.com/
I started this blog so I could keep my friends and family up on my dealings with breast cancer but now it has evolved into my take on the medical world as well as my medical ups and downs. My list of ailments so you can keep up: slowly healing left sprained ankle, right knee partially torn ACL, left knee osteoarthritis, bursitis/arthritis both hips, hiatal hernia causing heart burn, lymphedema issues left arm, tennis elbow right arm, degenerating disks in my back - a chronic issue that cannot be repaired by surgery and only the symptoms can be treated and some weird neuro muscular issues that causes all kinds of pain in my upper back. Oh, and then there is that cancer thing twice now... But I'm still here.
The Breasts on my Chesthttp://thebreastsonmychest.blogspot.com/?zx=574530812ec4a95e
The simple things in life provide pleasure for this military wife and mother. She refuses to let cancer stamp out those pleasures, nor her confident sense of sexuality.