Lorna Douglas-Fortin of Plantation is a breast cancer survivor who participated in UM's Project Care program. The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine launched the program to help underserved black breast cancer survivors adapt psychologically after treatment.
Lorna Douglas-Fortin of Plantation is a breast cancer survivor who participated in UM's Project Care program. The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine launched the program to help underserved black breast cancer survivors adapt psychologically after treatment. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Lorna Douglas-Fortin of Plantation is a breast cancer survivor who participated in UM's Project Care program. The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine launched the program to help underserved black breast cancer survivors adapt psychologically after treatment. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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