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CFC cancer story

Baily Cooper holds the hand of Dillon Cooper, sons of Senior Master Sgt. Jason Cooper, 5th Reconnaissance Squadron aircraft maintenance squadron superintendent, as he receives chemotherapy from a nurse in a hospital in Las Vegas, Nev., June 2010. Dillon went through radiation treatment five-days a week for six-week’s straight, and then had a six-week break before going into chemotherapy for one year. (Courtesy photo)

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