Facing Cancer
Shopper's Drug Mart
Sign InX
»forgot password?
Not a member ? Register
» View All

Our bloggers have been there. Read their stories.

countesstt
by countesstt

Because I had cancer there were others in my community that were learning about this disease, re-evaluating things in their own lives and taking steps like getting a mammogram.  I guess by me having cancer it was a wakeup call for a lot of people that this could happen to anyone at anytime. One story is that…

Read More
countesstt
by countesstt

The messages I was getting from friends and family really helped me to continue my positive and optimistic outlook each and everyday.  Most days were pretty good but I had some times that I would be out in public doing ordinary things like going to the grocery store, pharmacy or the post office and people…

Read More
both sides
by both sides

I am not afraid; I have done fear. The Fearless Challenge invites awareness into the courage and bravery of cancer warriors by challenging people with their own fears for cancer support. There are no pink ribbons here. Just people taking steps into their own difficulties to recognize the world that goes unclear as the journey of cancer unfolds.

Read More
Twitter Updates
cancer2gether

@DrBothsides @ELLICSR @MHCW_Cancer @WillowTweeting Wonderful news, Alex! Good luck with the talk.2014 09 15 · reply · retweet · favorite

DrBothsides

Drbothsides discusses positive thinking at Wellspring Oct 1&2 @cancer2gether @ELLICSR @MHCW_Cancer @WillowTweeting wellspring.ca/Halton-Peel/Pr…2014 09 15 · reply · retweet · favorite

cancer2gether

@dawn_hamill Good luck with treatments, Dawn.2014 09 15 · reply · retweet · favorite

CancerFightClub

Looking for cancer support resources? Check out our interactive list! Have one to suggest? Let us know! cancerfightclub.com/find-resources… #ayacsm2014 09 15 · reply · retweet · favorite

Find us on Facebook
Connecting: The question
At this point of your cancer journey, what are your top needs or priorities?

I am to take Letrozole for the next five years.I had muscle pain for the first few months and then about 8 months in I noticed my hair was getting drier and thinner.Just wondering if anyone has experienced this and if they have any suggestions for looking after my thinning hair. I pray that the hair loss has reached a plateau.

Diana
Connecting: The Poll
At this point of your cancer journey, what are your top needs or priorities?
Look Good Feel Better
Join the "Tell Her" Movement
L'Oreal