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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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The Opioid epidemic is a concern for all of us but especially for those struggling with extreme cancer-related pain.
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An optimistic attitude can prove effective in battling a cancer diagnosis, no matter who you are.
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Finding joy after a cancer diagnosis can take time. With intention and a little work, it’s possible to find that which you may have lost.
 
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Breast cancer can feel lonely and isolated, but through community, a person touched by cancer can enjoy camaraderie and support.
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Each new year, many make resolutions for change. For the person with cancer, resolutions are important but also need to be realistic.
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A diagnosis of breast cancer can cause a person to become very fearful especially when the future holds so many unknowns, but it’s not healthy to live under an umbrella of fear. In this article, survivor, Bonnie Annis, shares her experience.
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Some beauty products could contain harmful ingredients. For the person with cancer, it’s important to know which options are the safest.
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Choosing a gift for the person with cancer can be challenging. In this post, survivor Bonnie Annis offers some helpful information by sharing thoughts as she remembers her own past Christmases.
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One survivor accepts her nontraditional meal this year and embraces cancer’s lessons.
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The art of camouflage can be important for the breast cancer survivor choosing not to reconstruct.
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