Using Social Media to Navigate a Diagnosis of Cancer

No ifs, ands or buts about it… cancer sucks!  A diagnosis of cancer is life altering.  And for many, it is devastating – emotionally, physically, financially and socially.  Navigating a treatment plan and finding, much less making sense of, the information & existing resources that help cancer patients and caregivers...


What Next?

Check out WhatNext.com…  it’s an interactive website (and support network) that connects those touched by cancer with peers, experts and organizations that can help give guidance on possible next steps- and its presented in an easy-to-digest format which is KEY and candidly, unusual in the world of cancer.   What can WhatNext.com...


Kickin’ some mASS…

If you are a young adult (ages 15-40) & newly diagnosed with cancer or any sort of tumor or are a loved one of a young adult with tumors, check out mAss Kickers, an amazing resource dedicated to helping serve the young adult cancer community.   What is mAss Kickers? Here’s the...


Dear Diary, I’m sick & tired of this cancer…

As a kid growing up in the 70’s & 80’s, I kept a diary- a place where I could express my most private thoughts. Good thoughts, bad thoughts, random thoughts. You name it, I wrote about it. I even remember the secret hiding place where I kept my diary- you...

got Breast Cancer? get free support from Pink-Link

If you have been touched by breast cancer, you might want to check out Pink-Link, an online breast cancer support network with over 4500 members from all 50 states and from 40 different countries worldwide.  Many thanks to @TalkAboutHealth for the connection… Here’s the dealio (as my daughter always says)…...




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