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Breast Cancer Blogs

Here is a list of breast cancer blogs on the web. Please feel free to add your suggestions to grow this list.
Journeying Beyond Breast Cancer

Primary focus on issues relating to cancer survivorship
Younger women with breast cancer
Fertility concerns

After Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Providing information and advice after your breast cancer diagnosis. Cancer News. Health advice.

Feisty Blue Gecko - a tail of the unexpected

Life and work of a Scottish woman in Asia - with the added complication of Breast Cancer thrown into the mix!



Blooms and Bubbles

it's still East Meets Britt

Young Survival Coalition

Young women facing breast cancer together.

Team S - Living with Stage IV Breast Cancer

Stage IV breast cancer thriver, mom, wife, artist, learning to enjoy and appreciate life despite terminal disease. My experiences living with cancer.

stickit2stage4's Blog

Learning to live with Stage 4 breast cancer. Susan Rahn


Straight-up about living breastfree after cancer

Searching For EMWA

In my late-twenties, I came up with an acronym that seemed to reflect what I was looking for in a special someone: EMWA or Expand My World Ability.

My Fabulous Boobies

A blog about the life of a single, sassy, sista surviving breast cancer.

Pink Ribbon Blues

Gayle Sulik, author

The BRCA Responder

BRCA1 positive previvor/advocate Amy Byer Shainman is also at @BRCAresponder on twitter. @BRCAresponder WEEKLY news is posted on her blog and twitter.-#BRCA #hereditarycancer, #science, #research, #education, #studies, #support, #conferences, #webinars, #stories, #ovariancancer, #breastcancer, #opinion

@obogler Entering a World of Pink

a male breast cancer blog

@rjhogue BC Becky

I'm a PhD Candidate studying education at the University of Ottawa ... at least I was. I live in Santa Clara California - where the weather is beautiful all of the time, and for that I am thankful. I'm now trying to figure out how to survive, one day at a time.

@thesmallc_RM The small c

Rebecca Matos
I was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 32. This blog contains my stories and perspectives.