I'll start with the web sites and go from there:
Patients Perspectives (not in alphabetical order)
Other Bloggers with Melanoma (these are not in alphabetical order)
HollyG Tri and be Happy
Becky The Power of You
Miss Melanoma blog
Kerri's Cancer Journey
Amy Busby Melanoma Warrior
Operationsunshield Myspace Blog Jane from Maine in NC
Melanoma Awareness (Lee Jordan)
Caregiver blogs who continue to update their blog although their loved one with melanoma didn't make it.
Our Fight (Liz and Mike)
Two Lucky (Rusty and Yen archive from melanoma category)
Brad Horstmann has a blog at CarePages
Keith (Stage IV Melanoma), Suzan and Christopher
Their Words Live on but sadly the following bloggers are no longer with us physically.
Bryce D Brown
Charlie Wemkea Blue
Melanoma, Life and other Crazy Stuff (Shannon aka Butterflymom)
Que Sarah, Sarah
Kim from Iowa
Living with Melanoma (Heather)
Brian Halley Family Prayer Blog
my blog is at
Whilst I was collating a list of blogs for my new site, I used your as a starting point. Thanks for the assistance.
I noticed your blogroll has some dead links, and the status of some of the bloggers mentioned has changed.
You can see updated lists based on your at:
My blog began the day my husband was diagnosed. Our daughter was born less than 48 hours after my husband died. My blog begins with cancer and ends with LIFE. I continue to update it regularly.
Thanks Seanty for your comment and for visiting.
Dear Hollie, I went to your blog and am so sorry that your husband's life was cut short by melanoma. I didn't see a way to comment on your blog or I would have. Your daughter is so adorable. I know it must be so hard to have had her after your husband's passing. As ever, Carver
I have just been having a look at some of the posts on here - some very poignant stuff. I lost a very dear friend to this illness in May and I vowed then to try and make a difference by helping to fund raise for the Christie in Manchester. www.factor50.org.uk If I could make a difference to just one person, I'd be satisfied.
I found your site through MPIP. I LOVE your site. I'm dealing with melanoma too. I haven't been officially staged yet...have PET tomorrow. Wish me luck.
Carver...great blog...My wife was taken from me by malignant melanoma back in January...the link to the blog I write about her and us is at: http://whyherandnotme.blogspot.com.
Hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoy yours.
I was recently diagnosed with melanoma and have been blogging about it.
here's the link:
Thanks for your list. I can't wait to dive in. I started my blog when my husband was diagnosed with Stage IV metastatic melanoma. That was in January 2009, and the DTIC chemo is working. My husband's doctor is the reknowned Dr. Evan Hersh at the Arizona Cancer Center. My blog is a life blog--Steve's life with cancer, our 5 kids in this blended family, my journey through a doctoral program, and anything else that I think is funny. It is funny. It has to be. My 17 year old son named the blog email@example.com
nice site platform
I just found your site and i found that you have an interesting post to read.Thanks for sharing.
North Carolina Drug Rehab
Opulently I agree but I dream the brief should have more info then it has.
I enjoy your site as well as list of other MM folks who blog. I just started up my own blog the addy is 3womacks.blogspot.com
Hi Carver: Thanks for organizing all this info on melanoma. It's a good resource. I've been writing essays about my life with melanoma. They can be found at www.theogler.blogspot.com. Best, Peter.
Sun protection is important, especially when you have fair skin like i do. I found this color changing bracelet by SolarActive that changes color in the sun when the UV rays hit it. This is one of the ways i stay sun aware and sun safe. The bracelet seems to change colors faster or slower depending on how much UV the sun is emitting that day.
They have color change tshirts and color changing beads as well. I got it at the SolarActive website here: http://www.solaractiveintl.com I always recommend my friends to get products like these since they really help to be sun aware. Thanks for the blog and keep up the good work I love reading! You are so inspirational! :)
Post a Comment