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Bonnie Annis

Bonnie Annis is a breast cancer survivor, diagnosed in 2014 with stage 2b invasive ductal carcinoma with metastasis to the lymph nodes. She is an avid photographer, freelance writer/blogger, wife, mother and grandmother.
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Medical marijuana continues to receive mixed reviews in the world of health care, but for those affected by cancer, it offers a ray of hope. Celebrities like Olivia Newton-John confirm the benefits through their own personal use of the plant but many don't have access to it.
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The value of rest for a cancer survivor is paramount.
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What is a cancer survivor's responsibility? How can she make a difference in the world?
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A cancer diagnosis can threaten to shake our understanding of who we are if we let it. Learn how to avoid this trap with some practical advice.
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Every year since 1994, we celebrate breast cancer awareness during the month of October. It's a special time of education and celebration. Learn more in this article.
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If opting for the flat and fabulous look, it's important to learn to make friends with your belly because you're going to see it more often.
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There are many fears associated with cancer, but not all of them have names. 
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Learning to live life with lymphedema is challenging. The life changes it presents can cause many negative emotions. but you don't have to loathe life just because you have a chronic medical condition.
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Learning to laugh during breast cancer takes practice, but with a little effort, it can become good medicine.
Bonnie Annis

After a cancer diagnosis, some people choose to look at their lives as they once were. Instead of moving forward, they become stuck in the past. Learn how this survivor found a valuable cancer lesson while cutting the grass.


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