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Fierce Buzz Cut Helps Editor Face Cancer

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Fierce Buzz Cut Helps Editor Face Cancer

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Fierce Buzz Cut Helps Editor Face Cancer

Fierce Buzz Cut Helps Editor Face Cancer

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Dana Jennings, editor for the New York Times, has prostate cancer. He blogs about his experiences with the disease.

In a recent entry, he writes about the buzz cut he adopted pre-surgery, "a visible bulwark against the tide of emasculating side effects" caused by treatment.

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