Personal stories, journals, and websites providing details about a patient or caregivers experience with breast cancer.
Lauren deals with breast cancer and its aftermath, and all the emotional upheaval that entails.
At age 24 Asha, film maker and musician, was diagnosed with breast cancer.
A blog written by a women who lives with stage IV, advanced, metastatic breast cancer.
A husband's perspective of his wife's experience with breast cancer.
A story of living life with breast cancer and dying with dignity.
For children whose parent is diagnosed with the condition.
A survivor's site especially oriented to northern California that promotes awareness, including links and other resources.
A memorial site about a young wife fighting breast cancer through pregnancy.
Early onset breast cancer.
Deneen's fight with cancer, her story.
Presents experiences, explanatory graphics, general information, and tips for lay and professional viewers. [German and English].
Sue Walker's story.
Details an individual experience with breast cancer.
The author's struggle with breast cancer, tribute to her best friend, memorial for her brother, poems, stories and inspiration.
Nancy's blog offers information and support.
Promoting awareness of male breast cancer. The author shares her story about her husband's diagnosis of breast cancer and provides further resources.
A personal story, articles, and help groups by Eeka Roelfsema.
Gives information, links, and Deb Haggerty's personal story.
Learning, surviving and keeping a sense of humor.
A blog begun by a woman dealing with metastatic breast cancer, with entries by her husband after her passing.
Diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007.
Hollye Jacobs' inspirational blog about her journey with breast cancer and the silver linings she has discovered along the way.
A personal blog by a young woman detailing her fight against triple negative breast cancer.
Jeannette's experience with breast cancer.
A personal story of one person's fight against cancer and getting her life back as a survivor.
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