Cancer blog round up: December 10

December – No Cancer Awareness Month?

The fall is a busy time for cancer awareness months, with September, October and November raising awareness for ten(!) different cancer types. Things slow down dramatically in the winter, with no awareness campaigns until March. The most popular fundraising events seem to be walks and runs, and I suppose it’s much harder to motivate people to participate when it’s freezing cold outside!

Do you know of any awareness campaigns that happen in the winter? Leave a note in comments. Also, if you have a cancer blog, or know of other cancer blogs that we should track, please leave the link in comments.

Cancer blog round up

Two and a half years after finishing her chemo treatment for ovarian cancer, Emily reflects in her post “Can You Ever Move On From Cancer?”

A heartfelt tribute to Elizabeth Edwards is beautifully scripted by Imstell in her post “Living Legacy”

In his post “Thankful Thursday #6: Caregivers“, Phil honors his wife Cassie who is the rock which holds it all together as he battles multiple myeloma cancer.

It’s a “Happy Fun Exciting Time” as titled in Kaylin’s post announcing the launch of fundraising to publish her cancer comic book, the Tumornator. Find out how you can help her reach her goal.

Nancy shares the importance of having a support network and caregiver in her post “Lean on the Help of Others”

Robert considers testing for genetic predisposition of colon cancer as described in his post “Saw Two of my Doctors Tuesday”

Have a great weekend!

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