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Sara Bertsch - June 2015
Firefighter Dustin Luebke, of Sioux Falls, Minnesota, was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma in March 2014 and has since undergone 12 chemotherapy treatments. Luebke proved everyone wrong by making 76 percent of his shifts at the Sioux Falls Fire Rescue, when he was told that he would only be able to make 25 percent. He says that he has been a bit more fatigued since chemo, but realizing that, he pushes himself further at work.
"Balancing work, family and cancer is not an easy task. But it has taught Luebke how to prioritize and put the things that really matter first." reported the Argus Leader.
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Original source: www.argusleader.com