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WVLT Channel 8 story features C-N student with a heart for helping those with cancer

Carson-Newman student Tori Parker was recently the focus of a story by Knoxville’s WVLT Channel 8. The story features Parker’s passion for helping those with cancer.

Click here to see the story.

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