Active Lung Cancer Blogs

ACTIVE LUNG CANCER BLOGS (sorted by last name, if known)
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Blogger Name Blog Site Blogger’s Diagnosis Twitter Handle
Emily Bennett Taylor EmBen Kicks Cancer
Sample: “Vignettes of Recovery”
Stage IV NSCLC
dx June 2012 at age 28
@EmBenTay
David Bjork Cancer Research Evangelist
Sample: “Time to Move Beyond the Ribbons?”
Stage II Neuroendocrine Lung Carcinoid
dx December 1998 at age 34
@bjork5
Jim Brown the dude is the dad… Stage IV NSCLC ROS1+
dx May 2015 at age 47
Lysa Buonanno Faith, Family & Friends
Sample: “44!! getting older is great!”
Stage IV NSCLC ROS1+
dx September 2011 at age 40
@thelysabee
David Clark Dave’s Climb for Lung Cancer Stage IV NSCLC adenocarcinoma
dx January 2015 at age 51
Kathy Clark
(on behalf of Jeff)
Young Lungs
Sample: “We may be low on funding, but we’re big on community.”
Stage IV NSCLC ALK+
dx November 2013 at age 42
@ktclark82
Melissa Crouse Someday is Now – Living with Stage 4 Lung Cancer Stage IV NSCLC RET+
dx August 2005 at age 52
@mcrouse53
Denise Cutlip Survivingit Stage IV NSCLC
dx October 2010
@dennycee
Sean Daly Cancer Stage IV NSCLC ALK+
dx October 2014
Lynne Eldridge, MD About Lung Cancer @AboutLungCancer
Donna Fernandez Facing Lung Cancer Stage IV adenocarcinoma
dx October 2012 at age 59
@livewithcancer1
Anita Figueras scifiknitter
Sample: “I am not a rock. I am not an island.”
Stage IV NSCLC EGFR+
dx June 2014 at age 62
@scifiknitter
Janet Freeman-Daily Gray Connections
Sample: “Beyond First Base”
Stage IV NSCLC ROS1+
dx May 2011 at age 55
@JFreemanDaily
Lisa Goldman Every Breath I Take
Sample: “‘That’s My Cancer Smelling Dog’ and Other Things Not to Say”
Stage IV NSCLC ROS1+
dx January 2014 at age 41
@goldmanlisa
Merel Hennink Merel’s wereld(s) (Blogs in Dutch) Stage IV NSCLC ROS1+
dx November 2014 at age 46
@merelhennink
Diane Heuring Team Diane fights lung cancer
Sample: “The Story So Far….”
Stage IV NSCLC EGFR+ with MET amplification
dx April 2014 at age 30
@diianeee
Robyn Hicks
(on behalf of Jon)
A Boy Meets Girl…
Sample: “Yes, I’m Okay…”
Stage IV NSCLC ALK+
dx August 2013 at age 27
Kelly Keesling Don’t Stop Believin’ Stage IV NSCLC ROS1+
dx December 2015 at age 47
Allen Lee Allen Stage IV NSCLC EGFR+
dx March 2015 at age 29
@allen_lee_
Samantha Mixon Keeping My Faith
Sample: “Living With It”
Stage IV NSCLC EGFR+
dx November 2012 at age 33
@mixon_samantha
Lisa Moran Peace Lungs and Happiness Stage IV NSCLC EGFR+
dx August 2015 at age 44
@teamplh4lisa
Luna Okada Cancer…An Unexpected Journey
Sample: “Decreasing Urgency”
Stage IV NSCLC ROS1+
dx December 2012 at age 54
Linnea Olson life and breath: outliving lung cancer
Sample: “Loud uncle paired with a quiet whine”
Stage IV NSCLC ALK+
dx April 2005 at age 45
@1111linno
by Allisen
(on behalf of Gwen Orilio)
Gwen Fights Cancer Stage IV NSCLC ROS1+
dx January 2015 at age 31
Kris Patrick-Wolf Welcome to the Family, Cancer!
Sample: Subsiding Hysteria, Admitted Hate and a Yard Sale.
Stage IV NSCLC ALK+
dx November 2013 at age 43
Jeffrey Poehlmann Just Bad For You Stage IV NSCLC
dx November 2014
John Pender Johnny’s Cancer Fight
Sample: “The healing power of pets”
Stage IV NSCLC ALK+
dx December 2014 at age 37
@JohnLPender
Stephanie Polecastro Stephanie’s Journey Stage IV NSCLC ROS1+
dx November 2013 at age 28
Nicole Russell Learning to Live – A Journey Down Lung Cancer Street by a 36 Year old Mother and Wife Stage IV NSCLC EGFR+
dx December 2015 at age 35
Frank Sierawski Beating Lung Cancer
Sample: “In case you hadn’t heard….”
Stage IV NSCLC ALK+
dx June 2014 at age 35
Beth Stroud thriving with lung cancer
Sample: Lung cancer: What I wish I’d known in the first 72 hours
Stage III/IV NSCLC ROS1+
dx January 2013 at age 43
@iestroud
Tori Tomalia A Lil Lytnin’ Strikes Lung Cancer
Sample: “100th Post! or Why Do I Blog?”
Stage IV NSCLC ROS1+
dx May 2013 at age 37
@lil_lytnin
Celia Ruiz Tomlinson Humor: CO-1686 and Cancer Musings
Sample: “Cancer Diagnosis is Not a Death Sentence”
Stage IV NSCLC EGFR+
dx August 2012 at age 71
@poksangbabong
Sara Jane Whitlock tablegrace
Sample: “Waiting”
Stage IV NSCLC RET+
dx October 2010 at age 47
Kim Wieneke Aquarius vs Cancer
Sample: “Watch you go!”
Stage IV NSCLC ALK+
dx May 2011 at age 34
@aquariusvscancr
Marisa My Journey as a ROS1+ Lung Cancer Fighter Stage IV NSCLC ROS1+
dx October 2015 at age 30
Dann Wonser Dann’s Cancer Chronicles
Sample: “Busting Loose from Treatment”
Stage IV NSCLC EGFR+
dx July 2006 at age 49
Corey Wood Lunging it up. Fighting lung cancer at 22.
Sample: “‘You’ve got lung cancer.’ Yeah, good one doc. good one.”
Stage IV NSCLC ROS1+
dx May 2014 at age 22
Almei Raising Awareness Stage IV NSCLC EGFR+
dx November 2011
Hope Lung Cancer & Life Lessons
Sample: “8 Reasons Why You Should Donate to Lung Cancer Research”
Stage IV NSCLC EGFR+
dx December 2013 at age 37
Lizzy lizzy… outliving the bastards one day at a time Stage IV NSCLC ALK+
dx October 2006 at age 26
xtchen Living, Breathing and Thriving Stage IV NSCLC ROS1+
dx September 2015 at age 28
(On behalf of her Mum) Cool Kids Don’t Cry Stage IV SCLC
dx November 2015
 Maizie Dear Maizie Stage 2 NSCLC
dx April 2015
Anne Marie These Are My Scars Stage IV NSCLC ALK+ NSCLC
dx 2009 at age 30

Last updated 6-Apr-2017

18 Comments on “Active Lung Cancer Blogs

  1. I also have a blog that I’d love for you to read.

    Two months ago I finished my 4th lung cancer treatment, Photon Radiation, for Multi-focal Adenocarcinoma of the lung. When I shared my first announcement that my cancer was back again I was encouraged to write a blog. That announcement became my first post.

    In 1997 my first cancer showed up in my right lung. When I was told that I had to have follow-up CT scans for at least the following 5 years, that time period seemed eons away. Now, 20 years later and many 5 year periods later, I thought that it was time to tell my story so someone might not lose hope. Although I know that it is very rare for someone to survive cancer this long, my feelings and hopes and struggles have been, and still are much like anyone else who has had cancer.

    https://www.my20yearscancer.com/, tells of my 20 year journey with lung cancer.

    Thank you for reading my blog.

    Merry Preble

    • Celia,

      True, the title of your blog doesn’t convey your lung cancer focus as well as it could …

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