CancerFightclub Blog


Our blog covers a multitude of topics from bloggers all over Canada. Please reach out by telephone or email if you are interested in sharing your story.

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What Cancer Cannot do

Welcome to our new CancerFightClub blog. A place to share personal stories inspirations and more. Please reach out if you are interested in being a guest blogger. Every voice matters! No one living with cancer should ever feel alone. That is why, until there is a cure, there is a club. Cancer can rob you […]

A Long Quiet River

May 11, 2016 By: Sarah Biardeau I don’t know why I hadn’t already realized, or at least integrated, that life is a series of challenges, of ups and downs. I know all too well that life is not a long string of good times each one more pleasant than the next. But today I am […]

6 Things You Should Know About Australasia’s First Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Congress

May 4, 2016 By: Emily Drake Part 2 of the AYA: Australia Series (To read Part 1 click here) The Inaugural Australasian International Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Oncology Congress took place this past December in Sydney, Australia. The multi-disciplinary Congress was held byCanTeen, an Australian youth cancer charity and welcomed over 250 [...]

Living with Illness

March 30, 2016 It’s like the sword of Damocles. Something, you never know what, that waits for you, you never know when, and especially, you never know for how long. I always believed I was in good health. I didn’t really consider myself athletic, but I did think myself to be an active woman. In […]

10 Things You Should Know About CanTeen’s Road Trip: Inaugural Australasian Youth Cancer Summit

Part 1 of the AYA: Australia Series If you weren’t following @RoadTripAus15 or #RoadTrip15 in December, then you were missing out on hearing about the fantastic work that was happening Down Under at the Inaugural Australasian Youth Cancer Summit, hosted by CanTeen (@CanTeenAus, www.canteen.org.au) and the Youth Cancer Services (YCS). The [...]

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