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Tim Rohan - December 2015
Sandy Alderson, general manager of the New York Mets, has given the team permission to announce that he has been diagnosed with cancer. Though keeping quiet about the type, the chief operating officer did inform the press that Alderson will continue his duties as general manager to the best of his abilities.
While the winter meetings convene in Nashville, Alderson will begin his 8 to 12 week chemotherapy treatments. Doctors told Alderson his cancer is "very treatable" and he will continue to work, while relying on the teams assistant general managers to update him on anything he may have to miss.
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Original source: www.nytimes.com