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By Stephanie Thompson

GR cancer survivor attends event


When Jasmine Taylor was 29 years old she discovered a lump in her breast.

She can recall the first time she felt it. Taylor was playing with her four-year-old son when she bumped her breast and felt a lump.

Taylor, who was still producing breast milk to donate to mothers who couldn’t produce any thought it was just a blocked milk duct. However, when the lump didn’t go away in a couple of weeks, her family and friends strongly encouraged her to get it checked out.

“Luckily, mine was caught early and it was Stage 1,” Taylor said.

Her local doctor recommended she go to the Cancer Trea...

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