Baldy's Blog Newshttp://baldyblog.freshblogs.co.uk/2007/05/chemotherapy.html
Written by the late Adrian Sudbury, who suffered from a rare form of blood cancer, this blog has been updated by his loved ones in his memory and is devoted to finding a cure.
Chris’ Myeloma Blog: My Journey Through Chemotherapy and Stem Cell Transplanthttp://myelomapath.com/
A spiritual and inspiring account of one man's battle with cancer. The articles he posts are short, to-the-point, and generally positive. We admire his courage in making his struggle so intimately public.
This blog is self-described as "Rants, Raves and Lunacy of Living with Hodgkins Lymphoma," but it so much more. It reminds us that cancer patients are people too, with personal lives and concerns extending far beyond the reach of the disease.
Chicken Soup For The Cancerous Soulhttp://chickensoupforthecanceroussoul.wordpress.com/
Well kept and comprehensive, this site serves as a journal for the author, a 25-year-old cancer patient. We admire his courage and candor.
The humorous and forthright author says it best himself: "This blog tracks my little fracas with Hodgkin's Lymphoma and is a reading experience that will make you laugh, cry and possibly physically sick as I mention my testicles more times than social convention deems acceptable."
The Yellow Diarieshttp://blog.lisaraniray.com/
Written by actress, model, and cancer survivor Lisa Ray, this is a poetic and creatively-written account of her cancer battle. It's clear this woman likes to focus on the positive as she includes multiple mantras and uplifting images on her site.
My Brain Tumor Communityhttp://www.braintumor.org/
This blog supplies a wealth of information for those diagnosed with brain cancer, sponsored by the National Brain Tumor Society. Not only does it feature informative articles, it also provides ways to become involved in a community of survivors.
Pancreatic Cancer Bloghttp://apps.pathology.jhu.edu/blogs/pancreas/
Created by John Hopkins medical center, this blog's articles analyze recent findings in medical journals and studies. A comprehensive resource for those suffering with pancreatic cancer as well as their loved ones.
Prostate Cancer Blog for Wives and Partnershttp://www.hisprostatecancer.com/Prostate-cancer-blog.html
Successfully navigating between the objective/scientific and the subjective/emotionally supportive methods of coping with the disease, this blog focuses on prostate cancer and is a great resource for patients and loved ones alike.
Pseudomyxoma Survivor is the home of the support network for survivors and carers of the rare cancer, Pseudomyxoma Peritonei (PMP). Our support network offers emotional encouragement and a community where fellow patients and care givers can collaborate online. This allows us to share our stories, enforcing the fact that we are not alone in this fight, as well as further the growing online PMP community. The community has already proven an invaluable source of strength to so many survivors of this rare disease.
I'm a six year CML survivor who's struggled with the ups and downs of the unpredictable life of living with cancer. My mission is to serve people through humor, encouragement, hope, and adversity. What I write is real, honest, vulnerable, and a reflection of my journey in a broken, imperfect world. I write for an audience of one.