But mostly for me.” Cancer Girl Smiles: Diagnosed with cancer five times by her early-thirties puts “Cancer Girl” in an extraordinary position.Sabrina writes about cancer and living with metastases. Hodge: Twenty-something Saskatchewanian Cheyenne Chartrand writes about living with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
She makes playlists, writes candidly, and includes lots of pictures to keep it interesting. With: A suggestion from a friend, a timely encounter with a 29-year old two-time cancer victim, and Sexy Crazy Cancer Tips inspired Carolyn Van to write about cancer after being diagnosed in March 2014.
“I’ve decided that I’m going to write out this journey — for me and for you.
When a couple is struggling to conceive, it's common to look to surrogates as a way to start a family.
Often couples have to go through surrogacy agencies in order to find a woman who is prepared to be a surrogate, yet sometimes it's a woman closest to you that might selflessly volunteer—just like Maggie Paxton's sister, Morgan Williams, did for her.
Now I blog about being a 30-year old, mother of two, with breast cancer.
Full Of Grace: Cheryl writes about her experiences with follicular lymphoma, from coping with side effects to fertility preservation.
Life to the Full: Living Life One Run, Bite, & Experience at a Time: A wonderful Blog from Bonnie Lang who is the supporter and wife of a survivor and also a personal trainer. The Lymphoma Lowdown: Robin says she is a “blessed nerd with a song in my heart.” She blogs about her experience as a 20-something Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma survivor in a real, and inspiring way.
My Unexpected Journey 2016: Kelly writes about being a 30-something mom of four with cancer.
This section provides links to a wide variety of sites that young adult cancer survivors, supporters or those simply looking for information relating to young adult cancer may find helpful or interesting.