BLOGS by Cancer Patients, Advocates, CRITICS


The Assertive Patient
LINK to Seattle-based Jean Sather’s blog

Dees Updates BLOG
LINK: Deanna Kingston,associate professor of anthropology at Oregon State University in Corvallis & an Oregonian of King Island Inupiaq Eskimo descent.

Roannas Diary BLOG
LINK: Australian woman who lists her star sign as Pisces Chinese

Breast Sandwich
Link to blog Heidi Sorensen “mind/body connection and how it helped (her) heal from breast cancer”

Body Impolitic
LINK to blog SF-based photographer, feminist, Laurie Toby Edison

Running for My Life
LINK to Ronni Gordon’s “Fighting Cancer One Step at a Time”

Envita’s Natural Issues Blog
LINK: “the voice of natural medicine”

Our Bodies Our Blog
LINK: from the group that brought the book “Our Bodies Our Selves” comes a blog on women’s health issues including cancer

The Mean Pinks
LINK to blog of Sheila Miller, using complementary approaches for breast cancer

Having Fun After Cancer
Blog by Verite Reily Collins on Cancer side effects

Blogging in B Minor
LINK: Mark Miller, a “singer/songwriter originally from Orange County, CA and now residing in the Sacramento, CA area. I am a father, husband, son & brother who holds many other important relationships close to my heart. In 2007, my life was forever changed when I was diagnosed with a primary brain tumor – a grade 3 malignant glioma”.

The Brandon Show
LINK:Brandon J. Mendelson , a graduate student, will be stopping at 30 colleges this Spring to kick breast cancer’s butt. He’s looking for stories and advice from breast cancer survivors that he can share with the readers of the tour website and on his Albany Times Union blog. For those interested, write a guest post (500 words or less, no deadlines). Brandon says, “It would be a privilege to share these stories and advice to Generation Y and help educate them about the situation we face.” To participate, you can email him at (please put “Breast Cancer” in the subject line).

Ovarian Cancer and US
LINK: Ontario, Canada-based blogger

Cancer Treatment by Conventional & Herbal Medicine
LINK: Blog out of Thailand

Everything Changes
LINK: blog “Living With Cancer in Your Twenties & Thirties”

This Third Time’s A Charm
LINK: “Cancer information and resources from a 4-time cancer survivor – develop your own Positive Mental Attitude”. Don Wilhelm, author

Patrick Bishop’s BLOG
LINK to: information and discussion on healthy eating, downside of chemo, stuff in the UK, and lots more

Life in the Cancer Fallout Zone UK
LINK: Exploring hopes and fears of friends and family in difficult times Anne Orchard

Late Stage Cancer
LINK: “There is hope. I want you to know now what I wish I knew then…” Rick Shapiro’s blog

Found Bliss
LINK to site by Ann Wax, RN
“… because I felt that there was a need for a person to spend a few moments on reflection to help them get through the day”.

WEBSITE: The Truth About Gardasil
LINK:ALTERNATE VIEWPOINT “website is dedicated to the girls whose lives have been taken way too early because of this vaccine. It is also dedicated to their families who continue on in this fight. We must unite to get this vaccine off the market, together we CAN make a difference”.

They Call Me Galvez
LINK: Young adult brain tumor survivor site
“He was diagnosed with aBrain Tumor. He is a physical therapist who became a patient. He became someone he’s always tried to help. He wrote a book, started an organization, started a business. What is he up to now”?

Vicki Tashman – Pink Power
LINK: Cansurvivor Blog – Vicki is “going to write about various seminars, conferences & classes I attend, as well as inspirational articles and things I think you’d enjoy reading about”.

Alphabet of Good Health in a sick world
LINK: “Never before have we seen so much chronic illness in so many people & at such a young age. People often do exactly what their insurance company told their doctors to tell them to do, & after much time & money, they still are not well. They feel conventional medicine has failed them, and too often it has. When something goes wrong, the system views our body as the enemy & bludgeons it with surgeries, drugs, & radiation”.

Beyond Breast Cancer
LINK: European views

The Life Force Institute
LINK:Linda Ludwig BLOG
“To help bridge the gap between the Scientific, Medical & Spiritual Communities by bringing to light the most significant discoveries related to healing all on the planet. Vision: In a very short period of time everyone will open their hearts & minds to the extraordinary possibilities available to all of us on Earth”.

Cancer Culture Chronicles
BLOG by Anna Rachnel 40 years old, loving life, dealing with metastatic breast cancer, and blogging with an attitude. I am fascinated by the pervasive and popular culture that seems to surround the disease of breast cancer, and this is what motivates my writing. I find much of what I observe to be completely and utterly insane and I’m not afraid to say so. It’s time to move beyond pink ribbons and messages of “breast cancer awareness”, and start agitating for real and meaningful action in the fight to eradicate this disease for good.

No Boobs About It
LINK: Jean Campbell’s blog. Two-time breast cancer survivor, former director of American Cancer Society’s New York City Patient Navigator Program.

Boo-Bee Trap
LINK: TC, diagnosed with Stage III invasive lobular in 2009, metastatic since July 2011. A woman with a lot of courage and things to say.

Never Give Up -Stephen Michael Apatow
LINK: Stephen Michael Apatow,Founder, Director of Research and Development, Humanitarian Resource Institute and the United Nations Arts Initiative. Survivor of tonsillar cancer.

1 Up on Cancer – Rachel Pappas
LINK: Ann Fonfa, founder, Annie Appleseed Project has written some articles for this site. Lots of information – varied type.

BLOG – Advocate Yourself
LINK: Excellent articles and ideas

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