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NFL coach rings bell for completing cancer treatment

USATODAY.com Monday, 26 October 2020
Washington Football Team head coach Ron Rivera was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma and started treatment as the season began. This is the moment he completed his final treatment.
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Washington Football Team head coach Ron Rivera was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma and started treatment as the season began. This is the moment he completed his final treatment.

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