Breast Cancer RSS Feeds
Site - breastcancer.org
About Site - Breastcancer.org is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the most reliable, complete, and up-to-date information about breast cancer. Our mission is to help women and their loved ones make sense of the complex medical and personal information about breast cancer, so they can make the best decisions for their lives.
About Site - Authoritative updates on the treatment of breast cancer for clinicians, including news on guidelines, mammography and screening, and comprehensive reviews on the management of triple-negative disease, and ER-, PR-, and HER2-positive disease.
About Site - Breast Cancer Research is the leading journal in the breast cancer field. The journal publishes research and reviews of exceptional interest covering all areas of biology and medicine relevant to breast cancer, with a special emphasis on the genetic, biochemical and cellular basis of breast cancer.
Site - breastcancer-news.com
About Site - Breast Cancer News is a news and information website about Breast Cancer. It is a daily digital news publication that seeks to source the latest science and research news that relates to the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer and present it in a format that patients and their families can easily understand.
About Site - Breast cancer research including information on breast cancer symptoms, prevention strategies, screening techniques, and new breast cancer treatments.
Site - reddit.com/r/breastcancer
About Site - One of eight women will contract breast cancer in their life-time. This is a community of support and information for those affected by this disease through their personal struggle or that of a loved one.
Frisco, TX, United States
About Site - National Breast Cancer Foundation’s mission is to provide help and inspire hope to those affected by breast cancer through early detection, education, and support services. It was founded by breast cancer survivor Janelle Hail, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1980 at the age of 34.
Site - bcrfcure.org/blog
About Site - The Breast Cancer Research Foundation is the highest-rated breast cancer organization in the U.S. They fund research to find a cure for breast cancer in their lifetime. Their mission is to prevent and cure breast cancer by advancing the world's most promising research. At their blog you will find articles from science coverage to fundraiser spotlights, latest news about cancer.
Site - worldwidebreastcancer.org
About Site - Worldwide Breast Cancer is focused on how to help people recognize and report symptoms as early as possible, so more lives can be saved, until there is a cure. it's mission is to educate the world about breast cancer signs, symptoms, screening and other life saving information—by making the message visually engaging and appealing to a diverse audience.
About Site - The Breast Cancer Charities of America exists to eliminate breast cancer as a life-threatening illness. We encourage people to prevent and survive breast cancer through lifestyle choices. We bring together organizations representing all health and social service disciplines in the commitment to establish new and unprecedented levels of effectiveness in research, education, advocacy and support.
Site - nancyspoint.com
About Site - Nancy Stordahl has a powerful and often different perspective on breast cancer and how it’s affected her life. This blog chronicles her emotional journey through her own diagnosis and recovery, as well as the death of her mother from breast cancer. Her blog is about how breast cancer has altered every aspect of her existence.
Site - mbcn.org
About Site - MBCN is a national, independent, patient-led, non-profit, advocacy group dedicated to the unique concerns of the women and men living with metastatic breast cancer. We strive to help those living with stage IV breast cancer be their own best advocate through providing education and information on treatments and coping with the disease.
Site - imtakingcharge.com
Morgan Hill, CA
About Site - I'm Taking Charge walks with women from diagnosis through the vast array of breast cancer survivorship choices. I'm Taking Charge aims to bring awareness to the rights of breast reconstruction following both mastectomies and lumpectomies.
Site - breastlight.com/blog
South Yorkshire, England
About Site - Breastlight™ is a Screening Device for self-exam of breast cancer towards awareness and better understanding to get treated this cancer. it's mission is to aware every single girl about breast cancer and play vital role in the awareness program of breast cancer.
Site - bcsc.ca/blog
About Site - The Breast Cancer Society of Canada is a registered, national, not-for-profit, charitable organization dedicated to funding Canadian breast cancer research into the detection, prevention, treatment and to ultimately find a cure for the disease that women fear most.
Site - sharsheret.org/blog
About Site - Sharsheret is a national not-for-profit organization supporting young Jewish women and their families facing breast cancer. Our mission is to offer a community of support to women, of all Jewish backgrounds, diagnosed with breast cancer or at increased genetic risk, by fostering culturally-relevant individualized connections with networks of peers, health professionals, and related resources.
About Site - Like it would anyone, getting a breast cancer diagnosis at 34 changed Marie Ennis-O’Connor’s life. And now she’s working to change other people’s lives, for the better, buy curating the most helpful and informative breast cancer content on the web. She also shares weekly roundups of what’s going on in the rest of the breast cancer community, directing people to other women’s stories.
Site - bremfoundation.org/blog
About Site - The Brem Foundation helps women find breast cancer early, when they have the best chance for survival. The Brem Foundation educates women about their risk factors and screening options, provides access to diagnostic tests for uninsured women, and funds the only breast-imaging training program that requires community service. This winning approach will beat breast cancer.
Site - liz.oriordan.co.uk
About Site - Liz O'Riordan, a Consultant Breast Surgeon blogs about her own unique experiences of breast cancer, including chemotherapy and reconstruction, to help both doctors and patients understand what it's really like.
Site - perksofcancer.com
About Site - Follow Florence's Challenge To Find 100 Perks Of Having Cancer. Florence started this blog in 2011 to lift her spirits when she was beginning treatment for breast cancer. She’s now a cancer survivor, educating readers with opinion pieces, cancer news, information on cancer risk factors, and guest posts from other bloggers.
Site - accidentalamazon.com/blog
About Site - The name of Kathi Kolb’s blog is a nod to the myth of the fierce female warriors who, according to legend, had only one breast and were a force to be reckoned with in ancient Greece. After a bout with breast cancer in 2008, Kathi has only one breast, so she conceives of herself as an accidental Amazon. blog post covers Snark, sass, info, art, and most of all, life after breast cancer.
About Site - A young mum's journey through breast cancer and beyond. This British mom and blogger was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014 at the age of 32. Here, she chronicles her struggles and triumphs, both as a parent and as someone who has had cancer in her life.
Site - letlifehappen.com
About Site - Hear it all from two-time cancer survivor Barbara Jacoby, whose engaging writing also provides support for victims of domestic violence. Her blog has evolved into a top-notch resource for breast cancer patients, covering such useful topics as what it’s like returning to work after a breast cancer diagnosis, dealing with mammograms, and more.
Site - breastcancerwellness.org
About Site - Breast Cancer Wellness magazine is a vital resource for a woman newly diagnosed with breast cancer as well as any woman that has been affected through breast cancer. The mission of Breast Cancer Wellness is to support the mental, emotional, physical, spiritual and environmental healing needs of women facing breast cancer, no matter what age or stage of the journey.
Site - zerobreastcancer.org/blog
San Rafael, CA
About Site - Zero Breast Cancer helps individuals and communities understand scientific research on environmental risk factors and lifestyle variables that influence breast cancers. ZBC promotes breast cancer prevention through targeted communication of evidence-based recommendations that supports health & wellness at key stages of life.
Site - carolinemfr.blogspot.com
About Site - 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.
About Site - ABC unites SA's active breast cancer organisations with the driving goal of lobbying government to develop and implement an effective Breast Health Policy.
About Site - The Male Breast Cancer Coalition (MBCC), a not-for-profit patient advocacy organization with the Bret Miller 1T Foundation, brings everyone together to educate the world about male breast cancer.
About Site - Breast Cancer Answers is a breast cancer awareness website where patients ask about breast cancer and our experts answer select questions on video. Our experts discuss topics including newly diagnosed breast cancer, DCIS breast cancer, breast cancer chemotherapy, breast cancer radiation, breast cancer surgery, and much more.
Site - chemobrainfog.com
About Site - AnneMarie Ciccarella’s bravely honest blog chronicles her experiences undergoing eight rounds of chemotherapy, including how it adversely affected her brain and ability to function, an often unreported side effect that many refer to as Chemobrain. She writes about how she’s coped with and prioritized around the fog, discusses the pros and cons of certain medications in the fields of breast cancer.
Site - breastfriendsireland.com
Dublin City, Ireland
About Site - My name is Teresa Costello, I am 38 years old and I have an 8 year old son called Rhys. In August 2013 at the age of 36 I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer, as you can imagine my diagnosis was a total shock. We want to share our experiences to help ease the fear you may face when diagnosed. Proud to be aligned with Breast Cancer Ireland.
Site - audreybirt.blogspot.com
Edinburgh and work accross UK
About Site - This blog is about my thoughts on my own experience of breast cancer, my passion for improving health and healthcare and about heartful leadership in all areas of life.
About Site - Focusing on the little details of life after metastatic breast cancer, Laurie Kingston’s charming blog is a great glimpse into her life as a mother and writer in Canada. She’s currently undergoing treatment to remove new tumors that have developed in her brain, writing bluntly about the fear, sadness, and uncertainty that comes along with a cancer diagnoses.
Site - reneesendelbach.blogspot.com
About Site - A blog about Renee's journey through Cancerland. I'm a Stage IV breast cancer thriver, mommy, wife, and artist, learning to enjoy and appreciate life despite having a terminal disease. This is where I share my experiences and show you how to do the same.
Machesney Park, IL
About Site - Originally written as a love letter for my daughters after my breast cancer diagnosis, this book shares the gifts and lessons I learned along my journey.
California, United States
About Site - Debbie Emery has bravely kept blogging through her breast cancer and other subsequent health problems, including congestive heart failure and a new breast cancer diagnosis in 2016. She details her doctor visits and procedures, shares recommendations for helpful smartphone apps as well as other blogs her readers might like, and is open and honest about her thoughts as she continues on her journey.
Site - butdoctorihatepink.com
About Site - Blogging my life with breast cancer, from suspicion to diagnosis to treatment. Now livin' the Stage IV Lifestyle! Terminal Cancer can be funny. Just not for very long.
About Site - I first got breast cancer in 1999 at age 39. It came back in 2002 and has metastasized (spread) to my bones, liver, brain and skin. My life is about dancing with cancer.