Where To Find Information
The American Bladder Cancer Society was created by,
and is for
bladder cancer survivors, and the people
who care for them.  It is a place to share a journey, form
a community and to locate information.  It is a
comprehensive site for the newly diagnosed, to the
veteran survivor.  It is a great place to begin to learn
more about this under-served cancer.

Do not go where the path
may lead,
go instead
where there is no path
and leave a trail.

Ralph Waldo Emerson
BC Sisterhood
Bring about awareness,
advocate research, and support
for women who are victims or
may become victims of bladder
Click Here to Read The BC
Sisterhood Blog
Ways You Can Help
  •  Educate yourself about
    bladder cancer
  •  Start a support group in your
  •  Help to distribute awareness
  •  Join an awareness support
  •   Donate
BC Bumble Bee
My Mascot

According to the laws of physics
a bumble bee can't fly because
his wings are too small for his
size and mass.  No one has told
him he can't, so, he flies anyway.  
With this attitude the fight against
Bladder Cancer can be won!  
Join me in the fight!
If you would like to join the Bladder Cancer
Sisterhood Group to help support and
create awareness for bladder cancer
affecting women, you can click on either of
the links below.
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Living with Bladder Cancer
My Journey

You can read the story of my journey with    
bladder cancer on the Healthy Women Website.

It is a series of blogs that begins with the
diagnosis, the surgery and the after-life.