Wednesday, December 03, 2014

Blogging for CURE

In an exciting turn of events, I've started blogging for the cancer publication CURE. They publish both a magazine and web content, and I am looking forward to sharing my story with a new audience in the hopes of educating and helping more people who are on a cancer journey. CURE provides Cancer Updates Research & Education to patients, caregivers, and people working in the field of oncology. The magazine has recently brought on several bloggers in an effort to give readers a more personal side of the patient experience. I'm very happy to be one of them.

I'm still figuring out how I will coordinate blogging in two places, but I think I'll have some posts that are just for you, my awesome readers, and some that are for a larger cancer community on CURE, but I will provide a link to those here on my blog.

Full disclosure: CURE pays me a few pennies (literally) for each person who clicks on my articles. So, if you would be so kind, take a moment and click on my post below. And if you enjoy the read, please pass it along to your friends.

The first several posts on CURE will be catching those readers up on my cancer experience so far. My initial post (below) deals with the terror of the first few weeks after diagnosis. I welcome any feedback you have, either here on my blog or on the comments section over at CURE.

Knowledge is Power: A Cancer Patient Navigates Her Diagnosis

Edited - some people were having trouble with that link on certain browsers. If it doesn't show, try it here: 
Knowledge is Power: A Cancer Patient Navigates Her Diagnosis


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4 comments:

kimmywink said...

Wa-Hoo! That is fantastic news. Looking forward to reading more from you.

Tori Tomalia said...

Thank you, Kim! Yeah, crazy how life takes these twists and turns. It's a fun ride, for sure.

Lysa Buonanno said...

I'm so happy for your new adventure and always love reading your posts.

Tori Tomalia said...

Thanks, Lysa! I'm so glad you are doing well.