Dr. Rice Leach, wearing a hat his son gave him, had endured multiple rounds of chemotherapy to treat his lymphoma, but he barely slowed down in his job as Fayette's health commissioner.
Dr. Rice Leach, wearing a hat his son gave him, had endured multiple rounds of chemotherapy to treat his lymphoma, but he barely slowed down in his job as Fayette's health commissioner.
Dr. Rice Leach, wearing a hat his son gave him, had endured multiple rounds of chemotherapy to treat his lymphoma, but he barely slowed down in his job as Fayette's health commissioner.

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