I Would Have Rather Had Chocolatehttp://berylmorgan.typepad.com/breastcancerchocolate/
Beryl blogs about her bout with breast cancer using copious doses of humor and heart. She manages to locate a plucky sense of cheer in most every post.
The Dinoia Familyhttp://www.dinoiafamily.typepad.com
A blog that describes our crazy lives as a Foreign Service family. A diagnosis of breast cancer in 2010 added to the insanity of our lives. I have continued to blog about our family, but have intertwined my dealings with my diagnosis, treatments and return to normalcy as a cathartic measure.
Feisty Blue Geckohttp://feistybluegeckofightsback.wordpress.com
This blog is by Philippa, a Scottish woman, living and working in Asia (as a humanitarian and development professional). Since 2000, she has lived and worked in Nepal, Mongolia, India, Sri Lanka and is currently living in Myanmar. She had just taken up a new job in Myanmar when diagnosed with Stage 3 Breast Cancer late in 2009. This blog aims to describe her experience of a very common diagnosis in a very unusual setting, providing a unique perspective on a subject of importance and interest to women. The blog has taken on a life of its own, becoming a coping strategy, keeping loved ones informed (sometimes over informed) and providing a record of every detail of the experience with its roller coaster of emotions and range of treatments. In addition to the Breast Cancer experience, Philippa aims to convey a sense of life and work in this amazing part of the world, constantly finding inspiration and fascination observing and recording the rich, tiny details all around.
Medify helps patients and families more easily find and make sense of medical research. Our blog focuses on bringing new information on research and treatments for Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Lymphoma and Leukemia to you on a daily basis.
WhereWeGoNow was created for cancer survivors living "new normal" lives of resilience, focus and courage. WWGN members make up an interactive, vibrant community of cancer survivors creating inspired healing, wellness and live out loud joy!
Considering the lilies & Lessons from the Fieldhttp://www.timetoconsiderthelilies.wordpress.com
One woman wrestles to make sense out of her life since it was forever altered by a breast cancer diagnosis. Yvonne hails from County Antrim, Northern Ireland, and has lived in the desert southwest of the United States for over 20 years. Married, with a daughter who has recently entered the "teen tunnel," and a haughty cat, Atticus, Yvonne has spent the better part of the last three decades in the classroom as a student, teacher, and administrator. Her mid-life crisis came as a sneaky cancer diagnosis which subsequently sent her to the blogosphere where she has found a virtual home away from home . . .
The 'Big C' and Mehttp://thebigcandme.blogspot.com
Renn blogs about the ups and downs of breast cancer and reconstruction, finding the humor wherever she can. She believes cancer is a multi-dimensional experience — best served shaken, then viewed through 20/20 goggles. There aren't enough hours in the day to cover all the topics she wants to write about! Join Renn on the blog.
Breast Cancer As I See Ithttp://breastcancerasiseeit.wordpress.com
Breast Cancer As I See It is written by Martha Kaley, breast cancer survivor and founder of earlier.org. The single mission of earlier.org is the discovery of an innovative biological test to detect breast cancer earlier.
Chemo junkie living in Cape Town. Cait is my alter ego. I created her in February 2012 – ten months after my diagnosis of Stage 2b breast cancer. I don’t like to define myself by my breast cancer, but the treatment has a way of dominating one’s life for a while. My chemo junkie’s missive is just a stage I’m going through. My radiation, surgery and chemotherapy will be completed by the end of August this year. I have always lived with humour. For me, having cancer is just another way of living, not another way of dying.
The Adventures of OBBhttp://fromnewmomtoobb.blogspot.com
A blog about my battle with aggressive breast cancer at the age of 31 whilst being a mom to a toddler and living in a new country. It chronicles through diagnosis, treatment and then what happens after...
Play the Cancer Cardhttp://playthecancercard.blogspot.com
In the beginning of 2012, Jessi was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 29. It has been a whirlwind journey after a double mastectomy with reconstruction, but she is taking it one day at a time. Here she blogs about her journey and emotions during this tough time.
I'm a breast cancer survivor of many years and my aim with this blog and newsletter series (please sign up!) is to unite mind-body medicine with conventional medicine in order to inform, inspire, and support all those going through breast cancer. If you don't have breast cancer, you will also find many tips and info on how to decrease your chances of getting it.
It's Raining Hairhttp://www.itsraininghair.blogspot.com
A blog written by a mother (11 year BC sufferer) and daughter. Lighthearted and humorous for the most part, but aiming to help both those with cancer and their loved ones. Lots of practical advice to make life with cancer seem less daunting!