Thyroid Cancer Blogs
ThyroidChange values blogs that support the individual thyroid patient. The sites listed here were chosen based on the information provided on them. If there is a resource that you would like us to consider for listing, please email email@example.com with the subject line, “BLOG RESOURCE”.
10,000 Strong Against Thyroid Cancer (http://sjccfthynet.blogspot.com) This blog has been created to raise awareness about Thyroid Cancer and Neuro-Endocrine Disorders. It’s, purpose is to link you to support services, medical information and resources we have gathered and researched evaluating Stevie JoEllie’s thyroid cancer treatment options, multiple co-existing disorders and post thyroid cancer treatment complications.
A New Normal After Thyroid Cancer (www.everydayhealth.com/cancer/a-new-normal-after-thyroid-cancer.aspx) Chris P. is a young adult thyroid cancer survivor, an insulin-dependent diabetic, and has major depression. Every day is a balancing act between caring for her health and living life to the fullest in Washington, D.C.
Back from the Brink: Battling Depression and Cancer (http://cancergirl730.wordpress.com) A writer learning to deal with major (clinical) depression, who has been battling cancer for two years and diabetes for seven years, blogs through her journey.
Blog For A Cure: Cancer Sucks (http://www.blogforacure.com) 124 Thyroid Cancer Blogs which offers support by allowing the reader to search blogs by the cancer type, stage of cancer and location. Join them. Together we are stronger.
Cancer Doesn’t Mean Our Scars Are Ugly (http://rockyourcancerscar.tumblr.com) We don’t have to be held back by our cancer scars. In fact, @MereAaryn and @Cancergirl730 believe we should embrace them! We are warriors, survivors, fighters. Our scars should be a source of strength, instead of shame. Embrace your scar, and send them a picture of it!
Losing the Butterfly (http://losingthebutterfly.blogspot.com) This site details a blogger’s journey through thyroid cancer and beyond. She tries to incorporate humor and positive self-reflection in an attempt to help herself heal and perhaps help others deal with this situation.
Painting 2 Cancers (http://painting2cancers.blogspot.com) Painting 2 Cancers is an artist’s blog who is painting life during & after 2 cancer trajectories, thyroid and breast, diagnosed about nine months apart. She carries scars from a thyroidectomy, a bilateral mastectomy and reconstruction. Painting works as a language for her and this blog as an illustrated journal.
Surviving… (http://mommavia.blogspot.com) The author of this site, Cynthia, survived both thyroid cancer and cervical cancer. She is now surviving living with thyroid cancer, being the mother of 3 wonderful boys, and being married to the Marine Corps. Life should be a piece of cake…riiight.
Team Thyroid (http://teamthyroid.wordpress.com) Six out of five cancer survivors recommend this site. Cancergirl, Gibz, Thyroid Nat, and Mere use their humor to endure and even thrive on their journey with thyroid cancer. A must read.
thyblog (http://gibzblog.tumblr.com) At age 13, Laura was diagnosed with follicular variant papillary thyroid cancer. After 2 ops and a dose of RAI, she was left without a thyroid or any parathyroids. She is blogging her tips, tricks, emotions and occasionally bits of humour.
Thyroid Cancer Blog (www.thyroidcancerblog.com) Written by a fellow thyroid cancer survivor, this blog and community gives support to other future survivors of thyroid cancer. Since he shares their journey, he is able to provide for others with thyroid cancer in a unique way.
Thyroid Cancer: Its Not the Good Kind (http://itsnotthegoodkind.blogspot.com) “Hippofatamus” is a 34 year old wife and mother. Diagnosed with stage thyroid cancer in June 2009. Other than her obvious health issues. She loves life!
Thyroidless (www.thyroidlesslife.com) Thyroidless is a thyroid cancer blog that highlights one papillary thyroid cancer survivor’s struggle to get diagnosed, manage treatment decisions, and adjust to life without a thyroid. The blog is a personal journey, but also includes humor, tips for symptom management and thyroid cancer awareness advocacy.
Thyroidshmyroid: My Thyroid Cancer Blog (http://thyroidshmyroid.wordpress.com) This blog will follow Ashley’s journey through surgery and treatment for thyroid cancer. It is run by two of Ashley’s friend who also coordinate food delivery and child care for Ashley to assist her on her journey.