×
To start your customized experience click the start button
Customize ?  
Start
Cancer Types
Quick Links
Award Programs
About Us
Careers
Contact Us
Newsroom
Privacy Policy
Terms & Conditions
 
Twitter
Face Book
YouTube
Instagram
 
 
Cure Media Group, LLC.
2 Clarke Drive
Suite 100
Cranbury, NJ 08512
P: 800-210-2873

Copyright © 2019
CURE Media Group.
All rights reserved.
Cure Media Group, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
CURE does not provide medical, diagnostic, or treatment advice.

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.
Bonnie Annis
Brain fog, or chemo brain, can occur during and after cancer treatment, but one breast cancer survivor found essential oils helpful.
Bonnie Annis
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.
Bonnie Annis
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.
Bonnie Annis
Cancer causes people to experience a wide range of emotions, even long after completing treatment. Among the most common is survivor’s guilt. Learning to understand this phenomenon can allow survivors to exchange their guilt for gratitude.
Bonnie Annis
After a cancer diagnosis, a person's identity may change. Often, one may choose to identify with familiar cancer terminology such as "patient," "survivor," or even "victim." These identities can form a lasting positive or negative impact on a person's life.
Bonnie Annis
After a cancer diagnosis, it's common for a person to be presented with many choices regarding health care. As each choice is presented, the person with cancer must make decisions based on the information received. Not all choices are beneficial and should be weighed carefully. Each person has a right to do cancer the way he or she sees fit.
Bonnie Annis
A cancerversary is a significant day of celebration for a person who has experienced cancer. Celebrating a cancerversary is a big deal, and one survivor hopes to provide some clarity on the situation.
Bonnie Annis
It’s easy for a person with breast cancer to feel overwhelmed by the many thoughts that enter the mind each day but there are techniques that can prove helpful. One survivor shares some of her own helpful tips.
Bonnie Annis
Developing the skill of listening takes practice and for those with cancer, it's important to be heard. In this post, learn how one survivor helped others learn how to listen.
Bonnie Annis
Time is a relevant way of recording events during one's cancer journey but it's important to keep a proper perspective.
×
×

Sign In

Not a member? Sign up now!
Continue without login
Continue
×