Thanks for dropping by and checking out our blog! We, at Breastcancer.org (or BCO, as we affectionately refer to ourselves) are thrilled to finally be a part of the blogosphere!
So, you may ask, why does a nonprofit organization like BCO have a blog? There are a few reasons:
- We want you, our visitors, to get to know us better. We are staffed by a truly interesting cast of characters — passionate, tireless, and committed to you, the breast cancer community.
- We want to get to know YOU better… so please comment. Tell us how we’re doing. Compliment or constructively criticize, share your stories, suggest blog topics…
- Over the years, we have met so many amazing people (husbands, patients, medical experts). We want to share some of their stories with you. And we hope you will share their stories with other people.
- Blogs are a great hybrid of the information we already offer here at BCO. We have over 6,000 pages of medically reviewed content and extremely active discussion boards. This blog will offer a cross-section of those information types.
Some topics you will see covered here: nutrition, inspiration, family, risk reduction, survivor stories, staff stories, humor, and many many more.
We are really looking forward to the dialogue!