Weekly Round Up: Cancer’s Legacy
Time for this week’s round-up of the best of the blog posts which I’ve read over the past week. These are the posts that have moved me, taught me something, inspired me, and which I’ve wanted to share with you. Don’t forget if you have written a post which you would like readers to see, just leave a comment below.
Liza (in a very welcome return to the blogosphere) and Beth write about cancer’s legacy of PTSD; while Ann Marie Otis enumerates the many ways in which cancer still affects her life. Detrice has a cancer scare and Stacey sums up the duality of living life after cancer when she writes “I am finding the realities of living a full life challenged by the realities of living a life within the realities of my life challenging”.
A lovely post by Eileen reflecting on re-generation.
Susan shares the story of a mother and daughter who were diagnosed with breast cancer at the same time.
Elaine shares information on why Prolia may be the better drug for reducing bone breaks and recurrence after breast cancer.
The Advocates For Breast Cancer blog have a new post on lymphoedema.
Jeannine shares her tips for creating comfort during cancer treatment.
It’s decision time for Carrie as she weights up the pros and cons of breast reconstruction.
Sharon is continuing to post thoughts and pictures about gratitude, love and living life on her blog.
Dr Attai writes about the issue of false positive mammogram.
Introducing a new blog to the blogosphere Naomi is dealing with a cancer recurrence and writes at Come At Me Cancer.
Becky shares tips on how to cater for a celiac friend or loved one during the holidays.
Jo‘s latest post is a powerful statement about metastatic breast cancer.
Helen writes about my favourite topic – how has social media helped you?
Finally this week please take some time to visit Audrey’s blog and show her some support as she faces another round with cancer.
Until next week,
Yours with love