Weekly Round-Up


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.

BC3C is the Breast Cancer Coordinated Care Interdisciplinary Conference being held in Washington, D.C. February 27-29, 2020. This conference includes a wide range of medical specialists who care for breast cancer patients. As an introduction to what the conference will be about, Terri has information on how to join the BC3 Twitter Talk in five easy steps.

As a reluctant exerciser, I really appreciated both Nancy‘s and Jo‘s latest tips and advice on how to incorporate more exercise into your daily routine.

Great tips from Nancy Seibel on what to do when you find you are back-sliding on your new year’s intentions.

A delightful post from Megsie on a surprise gift to herself.

If you are a fan of Haiku, then be sure to check out Elaine‘s blog.

A reflection by Ilene on the meaning of time when you have terminal cancer.

A deeply heartfelt plea from Abigial calling for more funding of research into metastatic breast cancer.

Joanna writes about the impact cancer had on her career.

Dee shares a list of the best of online cancer support communities.

Karin is offering free support for therapists who work with chronic illness and cancer. More details on her website.

Congrats to Barbara who celebrates 12 years of Let Life Happen.

Lisa reports on two recent studies that have come out with some interesting and important findings about exposures to endocrine disrupters and our risks for cancer.

JoAnn shares her experience of getting her sexy back on with some new mastectomy bras.

Becky writes of a side effect of Tamoxifen which may be familiar to other readers.

A post from Chris on the impact of cancer on our mental health.

Great post from Rod directed at oncologists and what MBC patients want them to know about their care delivery.

Finally this week, I leave you with a writing prompt. Feel free to write about it on your blog or simply leave a comment below.

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Until next week,

Yours with much love always,

Marie xxx