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CBC News - July 2016
Stephanie Morin-Roberts is a performer and childhood cancer survivor. Her current work is Blindside, a comedy piece inspired by her life after childhood cancer. At two years old she was diagnosed with retinoblastoma, a cancer of the eye. She had to have her left eye removed, but afterwards was okay.
The hour long performance revolves around her experience as a 7 year old with a glass eye. She's been using comedy as a way to deal with her personal struggles for her whole life. "It made me realize that I am enough. That my stories are enough" she says.
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