Archive for the ‘Blogs – reviews’ Category

Blog Review: Darryle Pollack

Welcome to my blog… named in honor of all the times I’ve said “I never signed up for this….” -as a mother, artist, breast cancer survivor, wife, TV journalist. Because nothing seems to turn out the way we expect– I blog about handling the big and little things in life—...
April 26th, 2009 | Blogs - reviews | Read More

Review: Fran Drescher’s Blog

Hey all, I want to share with you this article that a friend of mine forwarded to me; a story I hear much too often.  A woman in England’s ovarian cancer was misdiagnosed even after going to the doctor 20 times.  TWENTY TIMES!  Cancer Schmancer addresses this very issue and it shows all the more...
April 26th, 2009 | Blogs - reviews, Cancer Blogs | Read More

Review: Ethel Craven-Sweet’s Blog

Ethel Craven-Sweet (sweete2) is a very vivacious African-American female who was born in Roslyn, Washington, a small former coal mining town, 97% European-American. The other 3% were older African-American (AA) men and women. She has 6 sons and a daughter (birthed 4 sons) and grandchildren and 1 year...
December 10th, 2008 | Blogs - reviews, Cancer Blogs, colon and rectal cancer | Read More

Review: P.J. Hamel’s Blog

P.J. Hamel is a writer, mother, wife, volunteer, and breast cancer survivor. She joins the breast cancer community bringing her stories, wisdom and optimism. P.J. has been writing ever since she learned how to shape letters by copying the big A-B-C chart marching across the top of the blackboard in...
December 8th, 2008 | Blogs - reviews, Breast Cancer | Read More

Review: Darlene Kipling’s Blog

Darlene Kipling is a breast and colon cancer survivor.  A long-time employee of Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), Darlene Kipling has battled both breast cancer and colon cancer. In December of 1993, she was diagnosed with colon cancer. Three years later, in 1996, she found out she had breast...
December 2nd, 2008 | Blogs - reviews, Breast Cancer | Read More

Review: Lori Hope’s Blog

Cancer survivor Lori Hope speaks and writes about the importance of communicating compassionately with those rendered especially vulnerable by any disease, trauma, or other difficult condition. An Emmy-winning producer of more than twenty documentaries and a former medical reporter and newspaper editor,...
November 19th, 2008 | Blogs - reviews, Cancer Blogs | Read More

Review: Kathleen’s Blog

On February 14th 2008, Kathleen was diagnosed with breast cancer.  Kathleen is also known as “cupcakegirl”. She bakes cupcakes and leaves them on her friends doorsteps. “They are beautiful and have helped me heal” says Kathleen. She has received a few orders in the hope this...
November 5th, 2008 | Blogs - reviews, Breast Cancer, Cancer Blogs | Read More