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ABC News: “Steve Jobs' Pancreatic Cancer: A Timeline.”
American Cancer Society: “Dr. Len's Blog: Expert perspective, insight and discussion,” “Aretha Franklin Died From Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumor, Not Pancreatic Cancer. There Is A Difference.”
The Baltimore Sun: “Jazz giant Dizzy Gillespie dead at 75.”
Billboard: "Benjamin Orr."
Cancer Today: “TV’s Family Man.”
CBS News Sunday Morning: “‘Jeopardy!’ host Alex Trebek on his cancer diagnosis.”
CNN Digital: “Pavarotti: I have sung all my life.”
Harvard Health Publishing: “Steve Jobs's cancer.”
History.com: “Legendary actress Joan Crawford dies.”
Internet Movie Database: "Ben Orr."
Los Angeles Times: “From the Archives: Joan Crawford, Film Star for 50 Years, Dies at 69.”
Last Word on Pro Football: "Great Raiders From History: Gene Upshaw."
NPR: “Sally Ride, First American Woman In Space, Is Dead,” “Sharon Jones Is The 21st Century's Godmother Of Soul,” “Luciano Pavarotti Succumbs to Cancer at 71,” "Charlotte Rae, Who Played Mrs. Garrett On '80s Sitcom 'Facts Of Life,' Dies At 92."
Pancreatic Cancer Action: “Sir John Hurt passes away from pancreatic cancer aged 77.”
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network: “Patrick Swayze’s Legacy Lives on to Fight Pancreatic Cancer,” “Two Great Women, Two Great Movies,” “About Purplestride,” “Alex Trebek Shares His Pancreatic Cancer Journey.”
Pancreatic Cancer UK: “Alan Rickman: Celebrating a life.”
People: "Classic Car."
Pro Football Hall of Fame: "Gene Upshaw."
Rolling Stone: “Sharon Jones Fights On: ‘I Have Cancer; Cancer Don’t Have Me.’ ”
The Guardian: “Patrick Swayze obituary,” “Sally Ride obituary,” “Alan Rickman obituary,” “Sharon Jones obituary,” “Luciano Pavarotti,” “Sir John Hurt obituary,” “John Hurt 'more than optimistic' as he reveals pancreatic cancer diagnosis.”
The Independent: “Alan Rickman: British actor died from ‘pancreatic cancer.’ ”
The Telegraph: “Sir John Hurt, legendary British actor who starred in Alien, Harry Potter and Midnight Express, dies aged 77.”
USA Today: “Aretha Franklin, ‘Queen of Soul’ who transformed American music, dies at 76.”
Variety: “Cancer silences jazz great Gillespie at 75.”
The Washington Post: “Jazz Trumpet Titan Dizzy Gillespie Dies,” “Aretha Franklin, music’s ‘Queen of Soul,’ dies at 76.”
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