The purpose for my blog is to share all the resources that I have found most helpful, and help people find tools to feel more in control of their life.” Silverlupus: Life thru cancer and other hiccups: Julie Michaud is a Breast cancer survivor with a wicked sense of humour and a knack for telling it like it is.
Steffiellie: One girl’s thoughts on cancer and life.
Katie Over Cancer: Thirty-something “mother, attorney, athlete, sarcastic, and general bad ass” Katie blogs about “taking on cancer (and winning) one day at a time.” Laydeewinxstudiolo: Samantha writes about life with GIST, as well as her other interests and curiosities.
Life changes in the blink of an eye: Jamie was 21 when she found out she had leukemia in July 2009.
Facebook.com/youngadultcancercanada Twitter.com/yacancercanada Instagram.com/yacancercanada Youtube.com/youngadultcancer 100 Cancer Resolutions: Stephanie Sliekers writes about taking time to enjoy and indulge.
Anchor Of My Soul: Julia Bayer started blogging after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer at 26.
“I’ve decided that I’m going to write out this journey — for me and for you.
But mostly for me.” Cancer Girl Smiles: Diagnosed with cancer five times by her early-thirties puts “Cancer Girl” in an extraordinary position.
The breast cancer coins also will raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, a nonprofit based in New York City. Last year, the Mint, with a facility on Independence Mall, announced a competition to design the coins.
Sabrina writes about cancer and living with metastases. Hodge: Twenty-something Saskatchewanian Cheyenne Chartrand writes about living with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
Dear Thyroid: Written by and for thyroid (disease/cancer) patients, and their families. The Diary of Nalie Agustin: Nalie says she “started blogging in 2013, when I was diagnosed with breast cancer at only 24 years old.
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