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Cushing's Awareness Challenge - Day 20 - Other Bloggers

There is a big list of other people that have been affected by Cushing's that are blogging this month.

Please visit their blogs and read some of their posts from this month, everyone has a different perspective! I've enjoyed reading ladies!

Alicia http://alliwantisworldpeace.blogspot.com/

Amber http://amber-mulnix.blogspot.com/

Catherine (hypopituitary patient) http://wheniwasyou.wordpress.com/

Christina http://christinapay.blogspot.com/

Cristina (Portugese language) http://cristinagoncalves1973.blogspot.pt/

Cyndie http://mylifewithcushings.blogspot.com/

Daisy Using the comments area on the right sidebar at http://www.cushie.info/blog/

Dawn http://mrszebra.blogspot.com/

Grace C http://adayinthelifeofatrainwreck.blogspot.com/

Judy K http://judcol.blogspot.com/

Kay http://cushiemama.blogspot.com 

MaryO http://www.cushie.info/blog/

MelissaTX-CA http://cushingsmoxie.blogspot.com/

Missaf http://blogforacushiecure.blogspot.com/

Molli http://livingwithstripes.blogspot.com/

Nancy J http://cushielife.multiply.com/

Nicci http://cushiequeen.blogspot.com/

Rene B http://missdiagnosis-rene.blogspot.com/

Robin S survivethejourney.blogspot.com

Sarah C http://sarahsstupiddisease.wordpress.com/

Stephanie M http://fightingforlifeinzebraprint.blogspot.com/

Stephanie Y cushiesteph.blogspot.com

Vanessa http://puremoonlite.blogspot.com/

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