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Anndrea Anderson - March 2016
Dustin Luebke knows what it is to fight. As a firefighter he's been trained and is prepared to fight his way through fires. However, Luebke knows another kind of fight, that against cancer. And now, he can say he's won that fight twice. At age 30, Luebke was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma. Following 12 rounds of chemo he went into remission. HOwever, just four months later the cancer returned and he opted for a stem cell transplant.
Four months after his transplant, Luebke resumed full time duty at the station. "Cancer and chemo will never be my normal" states Luebke.
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Original source: www.kdlt.com