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Early detection made the difference for this breast cancer survivor

Jennifer Ryen: “I was so touched by the way I felt supported and held.”

Jennifer Ryen, director of development at Asante Foundation, was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 37 after she discovered a lump and immediately got it checked out. She caught it early enough that the cancer hadn’t traveled to her lymph nodes. “My journey and my potential outcomes could’ve been really different if I had waited,” she says. “I would really encourage women to prioritize your health. And to be really proactive, because nothing is more important than you being around for your family and those you love.”

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