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After surviving 3 cancers, he walked 138 miles to the South Pole
Patrick McIntosh has survived not one, not two, but 3 cancers: in the bowel, the prostate, and the skin. He just completed his 138 mile "walk" to the south p...
After surviving 3 cancers, he walked 138 miles to the South Pole
Patrick McIntosh has survived not one, not two, but 3 cancers: in the bowel, the prostate, and the skin. He just completed his 138 mile "walk" to the south p...
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