Jerry Hammon retired in December 1997. Within two weeks, he was diagnosed with cancer. Multiple myeloma, an incurable, progressive blood disease, was slowing eating away the bone in his spine. The pain was excruciating, the prognosis grim. Yet, today Jerry and his wife Sondra are finalizing plans for a family trip to Hawaii.
Most people don't want to hear their doctor say the word "cancer" even once in their lifetime, much less twice. For Carroll "Ray" Bush of Wisconsin Rapids cancer has been an all too familiar word.
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