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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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A survivor shares how living at a fast pace has affected her in positive and negative ways.
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Faith may influence a breast cancer recovery by helping a person gain a deeper understanding of their life’s meaning and purpose.
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Breast Cancer Awareness month occurs every October. Commonly known as Pinktober, it affects survivors of breast cancer in different ways. In this post, one survivor shares her perspective.
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Like many people who receive a cancer diagnosis, one survivor questions the reason.
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Influenza season is almost here. In an effort to prevent the spread of the viral infection, some doctors recommend an annual vaccine. In this post, one survivor shares what happened when she shared details about her breast cancer and lymphedema experience before receiving the vaccine.
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Depression is a common side effect of cancer. In this post, survivor Bonnie Annis shares her insights regarding popular game show host, Alex Trebek, during his battle with pancreatic cancer and depression.
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One way to leave children a legacy to remember is by equipping them to understand their bodies, thereby helping them to remain healthy.
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Brain fog, or chemo brain, can occur during and after cancer treatment, but one breast cancer survivor found essential oils helpful.
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Losing one's breasts to cancer isn't funny, in fact, it is often a devastating experience, but after a few years of getting used to the loss, sometimes a person learns to poke fun at the situation.
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When a person moves out of their active treatment phase and begins the shift to life after cancer, many unanswered questions lie ahead. Some institutions offer courses to help with just that.

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