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Reshare: Exploring Blogging as a Newly Diagnosed Patient

April Stearns was diagnosed at 35 years old with stage 3 breast cancer that she found while breastfeeding her daughter. Four years later, while struggling to “go back to normal” and find other women in similar circumstances, April launched Wildfire Magazine. Now she enjoys not only publishing the stories of those “too young for breast cancer,” she also finds pleasure in helping others heal through telling their stories.

In her article titled “Exploring Blogging as a Newly Diagnosed Patient,” originally published on, April talks about how blogging can help you process information, reflect on your treatment, and help you feel less alone when coping with a new diagnosis. Read the article in full here.

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