The Cyclist and Cancer

Cyclist Lance Armstrong is poised to become the second American this century to win the Tour de France competition. But just a few years ago he was struggling to beat testicular cancer. NPR's David Kestenbaum looks at how Armstrong's treatment, and his demanding exercise regime, contributed to his recovery.



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