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REPORT: Sen. Coburn continues to battle prostate cancer

Oklahoma junior U.S. Tom Coburn of Muskogee continues to battle prostate cancer according to POLITICO.com The 65-years old was diagnosed with a recurrence of the cancer in October, two years after he underwent surgery for the same thing. POLITICO reports it could cause Coburn to cut short his second-term which is not set to expire until January 2017.

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