Weekly Round-Up

It’s time for this week’s round-up of the best posts I’ve read this week. This is a collection of posts that have inspired me, taught me something, or moved me. Feel free to leave a comment below if you have written a post you think our readers will find interesting.

Have you heard of the term cancer muggle? I confess I hadn’t heard of it until I read Carolyn‘s latest post. Intrigued? Head on over to her blog to find out more.

Terri wrote last week about the dreadful decision to change insurance coding for DIEP flap breast reconstruction, a topic which was taken up this week by Nancy.

From Elizabeth, a sobering reminder to appreciate life’s everyday wonders and the grace of the “ordinary”.

A delightful surprise to see a post from Rebecca again after a long hiatus- you’ve been missed in the blogosphere!

A must-read and view from Terri on one of the more important questions to ask at your consult for breast reconstruction a video interview with Dr Minas Chrysopoulo and printable blog on reducing abdominal wall complications.

Barbara digs deeper into the reasons why some women aren’t taking better care of themselves.

Abigail describes her latest treatment line and observes how peer support is so important for managing toxic cancer treatments’ side effects.

Megsie reflects on her pain around World Cancer Day and Black History Month.

Cathy shares tips for eating chocolate safely and guilt-free.

Jennifer recommends her two favorite lumpectomy bras.

A podcast interview by SBC featuring Rod Ritchie, Bob Huebner and Vance Stacks, three men who all have been diagnosed with breast cancer. 

Finally this week, I’m leaving with you a quote via Connie‘s blog that really hit home for me this week.

To exist is to change, to change is to mature, to mature is to go on creating oneself endlessly.

Henri Bergson

Until next week

Yours with much love always

Marie xxx