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Published:Sunday | December 24, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Lakedo Taylor saying thanks to everyone who has given her a chance to #LivewithFlair.
The Gleaner’s Tickoya Joseph (left) making the presentation to Lakedo Taylor last Friday.

Lakedo Taylor's quest to #LivewithFlair has been significantly enhanced.

The Gleaner's Flair Magazine published Taylor's gripping story on October 30, 2017, and it clearly tugged at the heartstrings of readers.

Taylor, a 22-year-old breast cancer survivor, was diagnosed at age 16.

The Flair team partnered with Jamaica National Bank and Reach to Recovery in an effort to give Taylor a chance to #LivewithFlair.

Readers who fell in love with Taylor were able to contribute to the cause through the purchase of Original Arm Candy bracelets. The proceeds from the sale were given to her last week.

"I want to say a big thank you to Flair Magazine, which gave me the chance to share my story, and to everyone who reached out and contributed in making this Christmas extra special for me. I appreciate everything. I'm feeling wonderful because this will also enable me to give my parents an extra-special Christmas gift," said Taylor.