I'm a 4 year survivor writing to inspire and support other mums currently battling breast cancer at the same time as trying to raise a family. I am in the process of writing a book and would love input from other mums. Being a mum is tough under normal circumstances, throw in a diagnosis of breast cancer & you'll discover its impossible to be a supermum when you're being a chemo mum. Come visit my brand new blog and see if my experience can help you through yours.
Cancer In My Thirtieshttp://cancerinmythirties.wordpress.com
At 33 I was told that the lumps in my breast were probably nothing. So I did nothing, believing that I was "too young for breast cancer." Shortly after my 34th birthday--and now with no health insurance--I discovered that Cancer didn't care how old I was. On my twin kindergartners' birthdays, the diagnosis of Her2 positive Stage 3C breast cancer rocked my foundation and changed my world in an instant. This is the good, the bad, the ugly and the beautiful of my cancer diagnosis and everything that has followed. This is my story: http://cancerinmythirties.com
CHEMOBRAIN: IN THE FOGhttp://www.chemo-brain.blogspot.com
Living with late onset, worsening chemobrain. Fearless friend to all, especially those with metastatic disease. Determined to see donor dollars are put in the hand of those who will do the most good: research and to help the underserved.
To Stage IV and beyond - LIVING with breast cancerhttp://stickivickigreatadventure.blogspot.co.uk
Metastatic breast cancer is seen as incurable, but many of us are LIVING with it more than we are dying of it. I am surviving and thriving inspite of it, even though the journey is not an easy one and this is my journey.
Your Brain After Chemohttp://www.YourBrainAfterChemo.blogspot.com
Your Brain After Chemo is a blog about the cognitive side effects of cancer treatment. It is based on the book, "Your Brain After Chemo: A Practical Guide to Lifting the Fog and Getting Back Your Focus" by Dan Silverman, MD, PhD, and Idelle Davidson
Inspiring Metastatic Breast Cancer Advocacyhttp://inspiringmetastaticbreastcanceradvocacy.wordpress.com
Metastatic breast cancer is all but ignored by the main-stream breast cancer community. We must not upset the 'survivors' but 30% of those survivors with become metavivors. We just want our fair share of acceptance, awareness and research funding.
Susan's Blog from Advocates 4 Breast Cancer (A4BC)http://www.a4bc.wordpress.com
Susan's Blog from Advocates 4 Breast Cancer (A4BC) Breast cancer changed my life. I have experienced amazing highs and unfortunate lows. As a result, I am a patient advocate blogging about my experiences. I also started a non-profit (A4BC) dedicated to breast cancer advocacy.
Ashley Kicking Cancerhttp://www.ashleykickingcancer.blogspot.com
Happy New Year 2012! You have breast cancer. Being diagnosed with breast cancer at 28 was not something Ashley was expecting to be dealing with at her age. In her blog she shares her story as a young women dealing with breast cancer. Through surgeries, embryo preservation, chemo, radiation... the ups and downs, the mad, sad and the glad. Ashley tells it like it is. Kicking cancer into oblivion. One day at a time.
Time to Consider the Lilieshttp://timetoconsiderthelilies.com
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 . . .
She Still Dreams in Colourhttp://shestilldreamsincolour.blogspot.nl
It’s weird how your life can change in a few seconds. It felt like a bad dream and I could not wake up. A sad movie. Someone else’s story. But no this is really about me. At the age of 30 I was being diagnosed with breast cancer. I decided to start this blog to write, scream, curse, laugh and cry about it.
Pretty Pink Packageshttp://prettypinkpackages.blogspot.com
This blog is all about my journey with cancer. I was a 38 year old woman diagnosed with Stage III Invasive Lobular and Ductal Carcinoma. I try to share the information I've learned along the way and am continuing to learn with my readers - in hopes of providing them with knowledge that will help them be able to make better decisions.