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Monday, August 4, 2008
Robert Novak to quit his job because brain tumor prognosis is "dire"
I just heard on National Public Radio that conservative columnist Robert Novak, about whom I wrote last week when it was announced that he had a brain tumor, will no longer be working for the Chicago Sun-Times. When you hear the word "dire" on a news story in connection to a brain tumor, you have to think that they're talking about a glioblastoma multiforme. That's probably the diagnosis for Senator Ted Kennedy's tumor as well.
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