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    « Blogging about Breast Cancer | Main | Keeping up with Cancer - May 17th, 2010 »

    Friday, May 14, 2010

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    Hello,

    My name is David Keating and I am a student at the University of Arizona. I am working with Dr. Steve Rains, who is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication. We are conducting a study about blogging and health and would greatly appreciate it if you would complete our survey. We found your blog by conducting a general search for blogs about health. We would like to know more about your experience blogging.

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    David Keating
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    Lynne

    Oh, Jane. I wish you well but I will miss all the excellent information women learned from your experience. The amount of detail is extraordinary and very helpful. Is there any way you could compile your Greatests Hits album of breast cancer information and put it in one place?
    Someone recently wrote a book about their experience and learning about the nonstandard route but it doesn't have a fraction of your details or insights.
    One of the problems with blogging is that the pearls become ephemeral in the journey. Can you find a way to save your Greatest Hits on a web page we could link to?

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