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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...

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 , ...

Beth Morton Health Maven

Canada
Recently diagnosed with Breast Cancer and off work while I go through treatment (surgery, chemo, radiation). I am 43, married for 17 years to Brad, and we have 2 boys - Zach is 14 and Carter is 11. I run outdoors year round and have done 3 half marathons (one in the snow). I want to do a full marathon at least once. I plan to spend time outdoors walking or running as I go through my treatments.
Communities: Cancer, Breast Cancer

Jennifer Balboni Health Maven

Aptos, California
I'm a healthy, vibrant and joyful person who owns a Pilates & Gyrotonic studio near the beach in Santa Cruz CA. Never having been sick in my life, I was shocked to find a lump in my right breast in June 2008 and was diagnosed with Stage 1 Grade 3 Triple Negative Breast Cancer. I had a lumpectomy in June 2008 and the aggressive cancer spread to lymph nodes requiring a second surgery in...
Communities: Breast Cancer

Jo C. Burzycki Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Albuquerque, New Mexico
I'm a 35 year old mother and wife living with cancer. My two oldest children and I were diagnosed six years ago with MEN2a and Medullary Thyroid Cancer. At the time I was also diagnosed with Metastatic Medullary Thyroid Cancer and Pheochromocytomas (adrenal tumors). Everything since then has been one very loopy rollercoaster ride.

NPs Save Lives Nurse PractitionerHealth Maven

Lake City, Florida
A Family Nurse Practitioner working in a Rural Health Office in Florida. Wife and mother of four, grandmother of one.

Diane D. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine

Troutdale, Oregon
I am a wife of 32 years and a mother of 10! We have adopted 4 of our children. I'm heavily into researching alternative medicine and and natural remedies. My husband was diagnosed with StagelV cancer 3 years ago. After chemo and radiation didn't work, and the cancer traveled to his lungs, we started treating him naturally. He is happy and healthy today and we are looking at him definitely...

Sally N. Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Statesville, North Carolina
"Breast cancer brought me into this world, but cancer as a whole is my fight!" ~Sally Nix One person CAN make a difference. I truly believe in taking a stand and working to make a change. I like a challenge, and say â??bring it on!â?? Iâ??m always waiting for the next big thing in my life. I am a certified cacner butt kicker!
Communities: General Medicine

mycrazybipolarlife Health MavenFacebook

United Kingdom
I'm a mental health blogger from the UK in my late twenties and a sufferer of bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, agoraphobia and self harming. I have also lost a child who was stillborn in 2007 and have some fertility issues (PCOS). I started my blog in December 2009 and have been through quite a lot in that time including hospitalisation and psychotic symptoms. I write as often as...

Laurie P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Missoula, Montana
I am an active 44 year old from Missoula Montana. I was diagnosed with breast cancer 6 months ago and spent the winter recovering from bilateral mastectomy/oophorectomy surgeries and chemotherapy. I was able to continue running (albeit fewer miles) during chemo. I started doing yoga during chemo for the relaxation and conditioning benefits.