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Stuart Scott: 'Trying to stay alive for my daughters'


Put aside whatever you might think of ESPN's Stuart Scott as a sports TV announcer and listen to this person. "I'm not going to lie, it's scary. It's a very scary thing," Scott told USA TODAY about a recurrence of cancer. "The immediate thought is I'm going to die." Scott learned last month the cancer had returned -- he would prefer not to specify what type -- that was diagnosed in 2007 and first recurred in 2010. (USA Today)

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