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Deborah

The power of the human spirit -- Janie has it for sure. I know that we both adore her so. I was also touched by the nice things she said about Peter Martins (and of course Sebastien).

perky

I'm really happy she has come out and told her story. She really is an inspiration on the stage and off.
My sister was on very high doses on steroids for over two years. The changes in her body wrought by the steroids was one of the hardest things for her to go through. I can't even begin to imagine what a professional dancer whose uses her body to make art must have endured.
She is a class act, an inspiring human being and a truly gifted, unique and moving dancer.

Philip

It's really nice that Sebastien stayed by her thru it all, too.

Laura

Thanks for sharing. I adore Janie Taylor and often wondered what it was that kept her off stage for so long. Every time I see her dance is a time to cherish and remember.

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