Breast Cancer Blogs are a great source of information, support, and shared cancer experiences. Here are 5 of our favorite cancer recovery blogs and resources. What blogs do find helpful?
I am a physical therapist who primarily helps women rehab from breast cancer diagnosis. Last week, two separate women made a very similar comment that prompted this blog post. Throughout every stage of post-reconstructive surgery, rehabilitation is a valuable tool to maximize outcomes. Mastectomy and other types of breast surgeries, can result in impaired function of the upper extremities.
Back on July 6, — the day before I started chemotherapy — I wrote about my fears with getting to know others who might one day die from breast cancer. After the loss of the last year, I find myself hesitant again. Can I handle the emotional hit associated with losing more friends?
The Accidental Amazon. Kathi Kolb was diagnosed with breast cancer in Her blog has developed in several directions.
My story began when I was checking my breasts one morning and felt a small lump. My heart sank immediately. It did not feel right. I had been diligent about self-checking, I had a base-line mammogram at 29 and regular 6 month breast health checkups since.