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Updated by Marie Ennis-O'Connor on Aug 22, 2019
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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.

Booby and the Beast

At the intersection of Stage 4 breast cancer and motherhood.

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!

Woman in the Hat

My name is Eileen Rosenbloom and I am a writer, a cancer survivor and … the Woman in the Hat.

Stupid Dumb Breast Cancer

Ann Marie Otis

The Perks of Having Cancer!

Follow Florence's Challenge To Find 100 Perks Of Having Cancer. (by Cancer Warrior)



Blooms and Bubbles

it's still East Meets Britt

Breast Cancer? But Doctor....I hate pink!

Despite having metastatic, Stage IV, breast cancer, Ann Silberman, writes a humorous cancer blog while detailing treatments such as mastectomy, herceptin, reconstruction, surgeries and continuous chemotherapy

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.

@tiggitiger FEC-THis

Life after a tango with death & its best friend cancer. Welcome to Tracy's world of thoughts, experiences, hopes, fears, dreams, obsessions…. you name it, it will probably turn up here somewhere. I’m a married mother of one and career woman who, like far too many other women, received a breast cancer diagnosis in June 2012 just before my 43rd birthday. FEC-TH is the name of my treatment; it’s not easy.