My name is Sophie and I was diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma in my right leg in 2005.

It pretty much sucked as you’d expect having cancer to suck. But after 18 months of therapy I’ve realised avoidance is the wrong way to deal with it.

So I’ve started this blog to help me deal with what happened and help anyone going through a similar situation.
Hi I'm Debbie and my blog "A Child of Mine" is in memory of my beautiful daughter Chloë.

My blog is for bereaved parents, families, friends and anyone who feels the loss of a loved one. I want to chart my journey and hopefully find a way of finding some hope in this very rocky journey. In some way I hope this helps others feel less alone. I am working hard not to feel isolated and alone - but some others aren't always able to do this.
My name is Becki McGuinness. At the age of 18 I got a benign tumour and then osteosarcoma at the age of 21. When I was 25, I performed at the opening ceremony for the London 2012 Paralympics as a wheelchair dancer and had a partner who was a skater. We performed in the 'Gravity' section of the dance with Sir Ian McKellen narrating as we performed.

My blog is called 'Coping with the Big C (that's cancer to you and me)' and it's about my personal experience with bone cancer, tips, advice and life in general
Hi. I'm Malcolm and I'm raising money for BCRT by running 500 miles, the Royal Parks Half Marathon and the London Marathon. My blog charts my runs as well as promoting awareness of bone cancer and remembering my son Martin who had Ewing's sarcoma.
I'm Cara and in April 2009, at the age of 26, I was diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer, in my left femur. At you can read my thoughts, feelings and fears through the highs and lows during the rollercoaster ride I have been on, including 13 grueling chemotherapy cycles and major surgery on my leg. The blog has been really useful to keep people informed, as a chance for people to contact me and a really therapeutic process for me to write how I'm feeling and what I'm going through. I have recently finished treatment and continue to write on there.
I'm Adam Gill. I've got cancer. This is my blog about it. Have fun.
My name is Louise and my husband was diagnosed with a High Grade Spindle Cell Sarcoma, a form of bone cancer, July 2011, this is my blog of our journey. There is very little information on this type of cancer so I thought not only would it keep friends informed of his progress but it would also provide others with an insight into it. Hope it helps.
This blog is my fix of stupid & crazy, serious adventure challenges I embark on to raise awareness for BCRT. Having a scare of Bone Cancer felt like a tsunami flooding over my life.
Being the head Personal Trainer of my business I want to test my absolute limits proudly for BCRT & the people who are sadly suffering.
We all need to smile in hard times and hopefully this blog will keep you on edge of your seat followed by heart-warming exciting stories to come of my journey in awareness.!If-YOU-are-going-through-hell...
Having my first baby and being diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at the age of 27 was something I never expected but I pulled through.
Little did I know that 10 years later I would experience a complicated road to diagnosis when I was told I had Ewing’s sarcoma in my womb.
It really is hard to believe that cancer has come back to bite me and my family AGAIN. We’ve been through a lot, but I am determined to be positive.
This blog is my way of dealing with a long journey through chemotherapy to stop this aggressive little so and so from ever coming back!
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