These 6 Breast Cancer Blogs Are Must-Reads, No Matter Where You Are On Your Journey

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Makes You Think: Caroline’s Breast Cancer Blog

In addition to writing about her personal journey through breast cancer diagnosis and treatment, Caroline Ronten offers interesting commentary on the ins and outs of the evolving breast cancer and healthcare industries. She brings an insightful, down-to-earth perspective and asks the questions that so many of us on the cancer roller coaster ponder. Ronten will make you feel for her as she faces challenges well beyond those of her physical healing. But she’ll also make you think about the state of our medical system and how it might better serve those of us who need the most help.

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Poignant and Supportive: Nancy’s Point

Nancy Stordahl has been touched by breast cancer twice: first with her mother’s diagnosis, and then with her own. In her heartfelt and informative blog posts, Nancy explores a wide range of issues facing breast cancer patients, from the shock of diagnosis, to post-chemotherapy health, to emotional recovery. Her page on metastatic breast cancer is particularly poignant and offers a raw, honest look at stage IV cancer that few other bloggers give. According to Nancy, “Through sharing comes healing.” Her candidness gives readers the reassurance that while the breast cancer journey is difficult, it needn’t be a lonely one.

G. H. was raised in Minnesota, but currently calls Seattle her home. She's a blogger, editor, and journalist, and she's written everything from news reports to restaurant reviews. If she's not putting pen to paper, G. H. is probably experimenting in the kitchen, chilling out on her yoga mat, or running through a city park.
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