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The Cyclist and Cancer

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The Cyclist and Cancer

The Cyclist and Cancer

The Cyclist and Cancer

Only Available in Archive Formats.

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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