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USA Today: “‘Peanuts’ creator battles colon cancer,” “Sharon Osbourne Candid About Colorectal Cancer.”
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Baltimore Sun: “Yankee has colon cancer Strawberry diagnosis stuns team.”
Strawberry Ministries: “Darryl & Tracy Strawberry Christian Recovery Centers.”
Vince Lombardi.com: “About Vince Lombardi.”
Washington Post: “Vince Lombardi Dead at 57; Funeral Monday in New York.”
People: “That Magic Feeling.”
Variety: “Sam Simon, Co-Creator of The Simpsons, Dies at 59.”
DailyMail.co.uk: “Simpsons co-creator Sam Simon who gave away his $100million fortune to animal charities dies of colon cancer aged 59.”
CNN: “Justice Ginsburg Has Surgery for Cancer.”
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NIH Medline Plus: “Preventing, Detecting, and Treating Colorectal Cancer.”
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