Receiving a Diagnosis of Breast Cancer… You are not alone!

Here are a list of blogs, support groups and resource sites written by and for breast cancer survivors. It is our hope that you find support and comfort from the blogs and resources below. We will be working to continually update this list, to offer you more support, wisdom and knowledge. If you know of any blogs, online support groups, or resource website dedicated to Breast Cancer, Breast Cancer Recovery and / or Breast Cancer related topics, please contact us so that we can get them on our list and share them with others.

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TalkAboutHealth – Breast cancer answers from the world’s leading experts. What to expect. How to prepare. We’ll help guide you through treatments and make the right decisions for you.

TalkAboutHealth provides access to the knowledge and expertise of the world’s leading medical professionals and trained supporters. We are a social learning and support community for people dealing with breast cancer. We are a welcoming and caring community who have come together to meet, share, and learn with each other. We welcome patients, families, caregivers, survivors, professionals, and organizations. Everyone is encouraged to share their unique knowledge and experiences. The more we share, the more lives we improve and save.

Online Support Networks
for Breast Cancer and Breast Cancer Survivors:

Cancer Survivors Network

We celebrate by supporting one another, sharing our stories and what we’ve learned, and by living life to the fullest one day at a time.

Pink Link

Pink-Link is a nonprofit organization which provides free support for women affected by breast cancer. Our members can connect with other women with similar breast cancer issues using the search capabilities of our innovative online database as well as other supportive services.

Breast Cancer Discussion Forums

Breast Cancer Discussion Forums – Access the shared knowledge of thousands of people affected by breast cancer

Breast Cancer Resources:


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Understanding Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is a beast most women will never have to fight. But for the unlucky portion of women who do, these bloggers are holding their hands out to lift them to peace, hope, and victory. Arm yourself with the knowledge and advice every woman needs to face this terrible foe head-on, and use these terrific blogs as reminders that survivors are made every day.

Face your fears, fight your demons, and find the strength you need from these writers who have plenty of love and hope to spare. Then let them know how much you appreciate their struggles and their gifts to readers everywhere.

Bella Online – The Voice of Women

BellaOnline is an encouraging, supportive publishing community for women. We provide free training, support and promotion so writers may reach their personal and business goals. Overall, BellaOnline delivers high-quality, helpful, trustworthy content, at no cost, in a low advertisement environment for our millions of visitors.

Other Cancers and Women’s Health Resources:


Hysterectomy resources, information and large online message board community for woman-to-woman support surrounding gynecological issues before and after surgery. Speciality areas include cancer, sexual dysfunction, alternative treatments, hormone issues, fitness and more.

Fight Back Against Mesothelioma

The Mesothelioma Center ( provides the latest information on mesothelioma cancer, the latest research and treatments, along with survivor stories for their website’s visitors. Their Wall of hope page has stories about mesothelioma survivors, their caregivers, as well as stories from loved ones remembering those who lost their fight to this horrible disease.

Psych Central

Dr. John Grohol’s home of down-to-earth, reliable and objective mental health symptoms and treatment information. We’re here to help.


SelfhelpMagazine is trusted educational site developed by licensed mental health professionals since 1994. We offer thousands of articles, a large support community, books, blogs, cartoons, over eight FREE email newsletters, and telephone-based classes (TeleWorkshops). Tell us what you need!

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