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Christina B. Patient ExpertHealth Maven

earth, Washington
I am just this woman with six kids, a big dog and a great husband. I stay home and am going to school next year...crazy? I also happen to be a brain tumor survivor, I have MS and have had a "female" issues.

Thomas S. Health Maven

Williamstown, New Jersey
I am a Cancer Survivor, was diagnosed with cancer when I was 2 years of age. The Lord, has kept me around for another 23 years. I have found my purpose, which is to help those that have gone through some hardships just like I have. I have a blog where I share my thoughts and knowledge and I give people hope and inspiration.
Communities: Martial Arts, Tai Chi, Cancer , ...

Brenda Coffee Health Maven

Boerne, Texas
The last 6 years I've had 10 breast cancer surgeries & 8 rounds of chemo. My father died of cancer when I was 13, my late husband died of cancer when I was 37 & I'm a cancer survivor. Check out http://www.BreastCancerSisterhood.com a survivorship resource for families. My BRENDA'S BLOG, a Top 10 Breast Cancer Blog, has been called "Sex & the City" meets breast cancer. I...

alupussurvivor

Kingsport, Tennessee
Seeking fellow lupus survivors from internet social networking communities. Its been over a decade since my initial diagnosis, so I consider myself a "lupus survivor" with valuable experience. I started a biographical collection of blogs, Ardent Cerebrations: Musings of a Lupus Survivor! at http://alupussurvivor.blogspot.com It defines this lupus survivor by her spirit, mind, body,...

Rabbi Ed .

United States
My blog is an extension of my book, Conquer Prostate Cancer: How Medicine, Fath, Love and Sex Can Renew Your Life. As such what I write amounts to a physical, emotional and spiritual guide for prostate cancer patients, survivors and those who love them. As of May 2009 I've been a prostate cancer survivor for two years. The experience of robotic prostate surgery, combined with my 30 years as a...
Communities: Vegetarian, Mind-Body, Cancer

MITCHEL D. Facebook

United States
A physically active 40 year-old gets the news that would forever change his life. Read about living with Americaâ??s #1 killer from the perspective of a survivor trying to regain his active lifestyle and the curve-balls heart disease throws along the way. Heartattackat40 brings news and commentary about the challenges a new survivor faces after getting home from the hospital. Everyone...

thepinkribbonshop

United States
Originally diagnosed with stage II breast cancer at age 32 in 2000, I have been living with stage IV cancer since 2006. From the mundane everyday to the monthly cancer treatments, I chronicle it all in my blog, called "Ya Only Live Once ... A Survivor's Journey." I am also collecting stories from breast cancer survivors, hoping to make this weblog a place for others who are on their...
Communities: Breast Cancer

Michele Rosenthal

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Michele Rosenthal is the founder of Heal My PTSD, LLC, an advocacy organization for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) awareness, education, treatment and self-empowered healing. A trauma survivor who struggled with undiagnosed PTSD for 25 years, today Michele (now 100% PTSD-free) helps other survivors on their journey to recovery. A PTSD healing devotee, Michele is a dynamic coach who helps...
Communities: Stress Management

SheriK. Health MavenFacebook

Chillicothe, Ohio
Bipolar disorder 1 tries to run my life, but I won't let that happen. In addition, I am a domestic violence survivor with over 15 years of freedom. I have two amazing daughters, a fantastic son-in-law, three awesome grandsons, and the most unbelievably wonderful husband. I am a chocoholic who enjoys baking bread, reading, and writing.

Vieiragirl

Boston, Massachusetts
I thought I would start a blog of adults with Congenital Heart Disease. Instead of talking about their disease, talk more about the stories, and how they see life. I want to ask a series of questions and see what answers I get. Also I want to be able to let some of the first generation of survivors tell their stories. Together I hope to give hope to future generation of survivors, but also...
Communities: Heart Health