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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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Breast cancer is no laughing matter, but being able to find something to laugh about in the midst of the trial can be cathartic.
Bonnie Annis
Can medical grade marijuana and CBD help with residual pain after a cancer diagnosis, and why is it so scary for a survivor to ask for it?
Bonnie Annis
Television shows often portray breast cancer in unrealistic ways. As a survivor, it's my job to pay attention to the details and check them for accuracy.
Bonnie Annis
Can at-home DNA testing kits accurately help us discover important health information? What do we do with the information once we receive it? In this post, learn more about the pros and cons.
Bonnie Annis
In an effort to help others understand a breast cancer diagnosis, survivors may choose to use unique words. Sometimes, these words can be offensive.
Bonnie Annis
The emotional ups and downs associated with a diagnosis of breast cancer can take a person on a very stressful ride. In this post, learn how one survivor managed to turn that stressful event into a joy ride.
Bonnie Annis
Anxiety before an appointment can be troublesome for a person with cancer. In this post, learn ways to conquer those feelings.
Bonnie Annis
One CURE contributor shares her hopes - and doubts - about recent cancer news. 
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When a conversation about breast cancer is overheard, should a survivor step in and offer advice, or just walk away?
Bonnie Annis
The pressures of society can overwhelm the woman with breast cancer. These feelings of inadequacy and unacceptance can be compounded by the physical disfigurement left behind by breast cancer surgery.
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