Woman 38 is only 12th person in world to have rare cancer

By dailymail.co.uk
2018.02.15. 00:43
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Rose Yarusskaya of Florida is in her third round of a battle against a rare head and neck cancer that keeps coming back due to an even rarer mutation that keeps her body from fighting tumors.



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