Cancer survivor Caleb Farthing, center, danced with UK students Natalie Ewen, left, and Olivia Huprich during the 2012 DanceBlue marathon in Memorial Coliseum.
Cancer survivor Caleb Farthing, center, danced with UK students Natalie Ewen, left, and Olivia Huprich during the 2012 DanceBlue marathon in Memorial Coliseum. Herald-Leader
Cancer survivor Caleb Farthing, center, danced with UK students Natalie Ewen, left, and Olivia Huprich during the 2012 DanceBlue marathon in Memorial Coliseum. Herald-Leader

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