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April 05, 2010


Cancer can be affected in many forms and some common types of cancer are; Bladder Cancer, Breast Cancer, Melanoma, Pancreatic Cancer, Leukemia, Lung Cancer, Thyroid Cancer and more. Unfortunately, there are millions who suffer from this at some point in their life.

Dear Cancer (found at DearCancer.org) is a cancer community that has been formed for people affected by cancer, or friends and relatives of cancer affected people. This is a platform to express your feelings on this deadly disease. There are many cancer communities available online and DearCancer.org has been formed to let people write their stories. Stories not only of how they’re feeling or when they were diagnosed or cursing this disease but of anything else as well.

Cancer communities are formed for those people who want to do something good for making people educated by sharing their own experience.  It can be a generous idea to write your own thoughts freely (without fear) that might help many people who read your story. This cancer community is for those who want to support others by sharing their story.

The cancer community is to connect with others and make them united to fight against cancer. Expressing yourself or reading other stories will definitely make you feel stronger than ever. It can help take the fear out of you once you get a chance to read what others went through.

Expressing and reading the stories in the Dear Cancer community can make you strong. Dear Cancer is the cancer community where the person affected by cancer can express his feelings and write about oneself. It’s a platform for not only cancer affected people but for the ones who want to be part of this cancer community.

DearCancer.org is a cancer community with no profit motives, that just seeks to provide a place to share an experience as well as share questions with others from the comfort of your own home. It is dedicated to the needs of Cancer patients, survivors, friends, caregivers and professionals. Don’t wait, post a story now.