Cartooning her way through cancer, by Judith Ogus.
This blog author was diagnosed with endometrial cancer in 2005. Their blog takes you through their journey leading up to diagnosis, but mostly exists to disseminate medical information on topics such as diagnosis and treatment of uterine cancer.
Barbara was diagnosed with endometrial cancer in July 2014, after noticing some spotting in previous months. She underwent a hysterectomy and is now cancer-free. She blogs about her daily life, as well as aspects of womanhood and life after cancer.
Ken and Janet have lived in the US for 14 years. They are now back in Canada. This blog is about their experiences for those who are interested. Today is the 4th anniversary of her surgery for endometrial cancer.
Jennifer was diagnosed with endometrial-uterine cancer in 2010. This blog chronicles her life with cancer, as well as relating her experience with cancer.
In December 2008, Laurie was diagnosed with uterine cancer. She blogs about her treatments for cancer and includes research and information updates on uterine cancer.
Jacqueline Chartier has been a Calgary-based freelance writer and journalist since 1994. The Teal Diaries is Jacqueline’s first blog, offering readers a deeply personal exploration of her ongoing cancer journey. Her battle with the disease began in November 2011 when she was diagnosed with both uterine and ovarian cancer.
This blog author was diagnosed with Stage I uterine cancer in July 2016, when she was 36 years old. She was very concerned that she hadn’t had any kids before diagnosis, and was upset at the thought that it may not be an option after cancer treatment. By July 2017, she was declared NED (no evidence of disease). Her recent biopsies have shown that she still has some abnormal cells in her endometrial lining, but they are not cancerous as of yet. She has been using this blog to document her journey with anxiety and trying to get pregnant following uterine cancer.