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Bringing Sexy Out of the Thyloset: A Dear Thyroid Blog Tour

Post Published: 01 August 2010
Category: Dear Thyroid News, thyroid cancer awareness, Thyroid Cancer Awareness and Blog Tour
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During the month of September, Dear Thyroid is going on a blog tour to promote awareness for thyroid cancer. For this blog tour, we’ll be asking bloggers to write a post on their own blog that addresses some questions provided by Dear Thyroid regarding thyroid cancer and thyroid cancer awareness. On the day we are scheduled to make a “stop” at your blog, Dear Thyroid will post a brief description of your blog along with a link from our website to yours.

If you are a thyroid cancer survivor and a blogger we would LOVE for you to be a part of our blog tour. If you’re interested, email Joanna at joanna@dearthyroid.org with your blog name and blog URL by August 31, 2010 and we’ll email you the questions and schedule a day for your post to go live.

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7 Responses to “Bringing Sexy Out of the Thyloset: A Dear Thyroid Blog Tour”

  1. Donna says:

    Cool Joanna, September is Thyroid Cancer Awareness month right?

  2. Becky says:

    I would really like to be a part of this – although I don’t yet have a blog set up, and I actually just got diagnosed five days ago. But if there’s some short info you can give me to kind of get me up to speed, I will totally be there with bells on. 🙂

  3. Helen Grives says:

    Hello Joanna,

    This is wonderful and I like to be a part of it.
    It has been four years since my operation. However I started blogging only recently. Although I keep a diary since that they
    Only this year I’m able to write publicly about it. The depressio
    Is hard to leave out sometimes. And mental issues are
    Still much taboo. A lot of people don’t know how that
    Effects your life. Anyway I hope this comment is
    Readable because I post it from my cell phone in
    The night. I often blog when I can’t sleep.


  4. Mel Majoros says:

    Not a thyroid cancer survivor, but I am a cancer survivor and have hashimotos thryroiditis. Sounds like a sushi roll doesn’t it? I’ll have that with extra wasabi please

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