Bosom Blog


A breast cancer diagnosis is terrifying. Treatment is painful, repulsive, enervating, discouraging. Dealing with insurance companies and countless medical professionals is often frustrating, infuriating and boring. You feel vulnerable physically, financially and professionally. You feel lonely, depressed and anxious. I have discovered that the best way to deal with this miserable situation is to laugh at it whenever you can. Some of the crap you deal with as a cancer patient is funny, after all. I hope to share the funny stuff so that my readers know I am doing okay and that good stuff still happens even after a cancer diagnosis.

Taking Life One Day At A Time


I'm a 40-something, single empty-nester who thought life's biggest challenge came with divorce and children fleeing the nest. But then breast cancer came calling. My cyber home is where I write my way through the tough stuff, relying on humor and faith to pull me through.

by Lisa over 4 years ago

Living as Number 17


Diagnosed with cancer in 2012 The cancer I have is rare it's called Mammary Analogue Secretory Carcinoma this will be the blog for my treatments

The 1 year update
by admin over 4 years ago

Breast Cancer - Fight For Your Life


This blog is designed to guide the newly diagnosed through treatment expectations, treatment options and what you can expect along this journey. This blog is specifically targeted to HER2 positive breast cancer from newly diagnosed to Stage IV metastic disease. Hair loss, constipation, nausea, wigs, head wraps, you name it, it’s addressed in this blog. Through my own journey from early diagnosed to Stage IV, I’ve come across many breast cancer blogs with information that was helpful and some that were not. I’ve always tried to keep a sense of humor while dealing with this diagnosis as this is the best way, in my opinion, to keep fighting for your life. Continually updated, you’ll find real life, accurate information and guidance to help you through anything that you may be going through at any stage of this disease. The information is first hand since I am a Stage IV HER2 positive breast cancer survivor and my story is also there for others to read and relate to.

Kicking the Shite out of Cancer


This is a blog which people find witty and honest. The author Deirdre Featherstone (me) diagnosed 20th September first Chemo 18th October.

Sarah Cosgrove Gaumond


My blog is a combination of prose, poetry, and photography. It shows that my life is a work in progress.

SSusan's Blog for 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.



I'm the fifth generation of women in my family to develop cancer in their early 40's. None of my predecessors (for over more than a century) have lived to see 50. I'm hoping I buck the trend and blogging to make sure I say the things that matter, help raise awareness of this disease and it's consequences. My blog explores tango with life, death and his best friend cancer.

War on Cancer


I write a blog for my dear friend who was diagnosed with a rare, aggressive form of breast cancer this summer. Her mother was diagnosed shortly after my friend and is following the same steps on her journey with the same aggressive breast cancer.

How I Spent My Summer Vacation...Again


Some people spend their summer in Europe, or on a road trip, or swatting kite-sized mosquitoes in Alaska. I have already done all of these things (2010, most of the 90s, and 2011 respectively). During the summer of 2012 my dog died and my breast cancer came back. Next summer I am going to Hawaii.



Living through breast cancer and beyond.

A Life of Craziness Entangled with Hope


A chronical of my last year. The ups and downs of having breast cancer and what happens when you trust the wrong people with your children.

Based on a true story


My personal, professional and artistic blog. My journey from being diagnosed with Breast Cancer, to trying to change the lives of other women, coping with it.

My Eyes Are Up Here


I am a 47 year-old mom, wife, and child/adolescent psychologist who was diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma on May 24, 2012. I love to think, I love to laugh, and I love to write. I hope you find my blog interesting, funny, and helpful.

Lump It or Like It? - My journey with the lump and beyond


My blog to document my processes since discovering a lump in my breast in July 2012. The lump was confirmed as aggressive cancer in September 2012 and was removed in September and have had a further operation and am waiting to start chemotherapy.

Triple Negative Breast Cancer, I Won't Back Down!


In 2010, I created a blog website called, Triple Negative Breast Cancer, I Won’t Back Down! http://mlsspaskvan.blogspot.com. My site provides information and inspirational stories in reference to the disease of TNBC. It is a place where I document my journey, post photos and bond with the 15% of women diagnosed with my rare form of breast cancer. My audience consists of approximately 120,000 viewers from across the globe and my mission is to bring hope and motivation to other women living the fear of this disease. In August 2009, diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer, Stage 2 (pT2, PNO, mMX), Age 41. I am a 4yr. survivor, this is my journey...

Surviving Beautifully


A personal examination of fighting metastatic breast cancer at the age of 35. I am a single mom fighting for my life again - and telling the truth about it.

Total Recovery. Full Stop. Checkmate. I Win.


My name is Tara and I am a 32 year old mother of two, recently diagnosed with breast cancer. Before my diagnosis, I knew nothing about breast cancer. This blog is the story of a journey that I never dreamed I would have to take.

Tales of a Three Time Breast Cancer Warrior


3 Time Breast Cancer Warrior, Aspiring Writer, Check out my blog at http://trinaschilling.wordpress.com/ I wrote my memoir for my 16-year-old son while undergoing chemo therapy. My blog contains excerpts from my manuscript as well as insights as I continue to battle breast cancer.

Backsies Is What There Is Not


I began writing when I was diagnosed with Stage 1 breast cancer, because (a) I wanted to record all the details of what was happening so I would never forget; (b) I wanted to be able to inform my friends without having to tell the story over and over and without oversharing on facebook; and (c) after doing research and finding horror stories and misinformation, I hoped that maybe, some day, my story would help someone who needed it.

It's Not Forever, It's Just For Now


A lighthearted blog about breast cancer from diagnosis to five years as a cancer graduate. Tracy speaks from a place of conquering the unknown and tackling each obstacle along the way with grace and a good sense of humour. She weaves the medical information that she learned along the way into the personal recollections of daily life before, during and after treatment. She speaks from the heart and she speaks as you would with a friend. She inspires with her comeback to great health and finally completing a half-marathon run in late 2011.

by noreply@blogger.com (Tracy Thibault Tarnowski) over 2 years ago
by noreply@blogger.com (Tracy Thibault Tarnowski) almost 3 years ago

Deborah's Sword's Writing 4 Life: living breastlessly & conflict competently


Location: Calgary, Canada Title: Conflict Manager Company: Conflict Competence About me: Conflict competence is a great life skill I thought I’d almost mastered. And then came the test: how did being conflict competent prepare me for a deadly form of breast cancer and a double mastectomy? Very well it turns out. Now, after 50+ years of wanting to write more than anything yet doing everything but that, I’ve come out as a writer. Here are my sometimes funny stories of how conflict competence equipped me to deal with changes in and for my life.



We are an online community and resource for women with breast cancer who want information about the integration of natural and holistic therapies into their allopathic cancer treatments.

To Dwell or Not to Dwell in Cancer Town
by Jenn Jaye about 4 years ago
by kblock about 4 years ago

The Adventures of Jellybean and Beanhead


A personal journey of 2 best friends and Metastatic Breast Cancer. Here to inspire cancer patients with our adventures and stories. We want this website to be a resource for those facing Metastatic Breast Cancer, or any type of Metastatic diagnosis. We want this website to be a resource that doesn’t focus on the fear, but instead encourages everyone to share their own adventures, and to find a joyful place to learn about the personal side of Cancer."

Our Trip To Boston For The World Series
by jellybean over 4 years ago
The Breast Cancer Walk 2013
by jellybean over 4 years ago