Thursday, February 11, 2016

Gary Papa reveals his cancer has returned

Best wishes to 6ABC Sports Director Gary Papa who is again undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments for prostate cancer, he revealed at a banquet dinner Thursday night. Papa was first diagnosed and treated in 2004 and his cancer returned in 2006 and has come back again. As Laura Nachman also observed, Delaware County Times editor Phil Heron has written about the Delaware County Community Foundation awards banquet he attended at which Papa revealed his condition. Heron says Papa spoke about how tough the battle has been but that he was drawing strength from the charitable acts performed by the assembled crowd of people being honored for their charity efforts. "Gary continues to battle cancer and we continue to love and support him," a 6ABC spokeswoman said this morning.

Gary Papa reveals his cancer has returned

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Best wishes to 6ABC Sports Director Gary Papa who is again undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments for prostate cancer, he revealed at a banquet dinner Thursday night. Papa was first diagnosed and treated in 2004 and his cancer returned in 2006 and has come back again. As Laura Nachman also observedDelaware County Times editor Phil Heron has written about the Delaware County Community Foundation awards banquet he attended at which Papa revealed his condition. Heron says Papa spoke about how tough the battle has been but that he was drawing strength from the charitable acts performed by the assembled crowd of people being honored for their charity efforts. "Gary continues to battle cancer and we continue to love and support him," a 6ABC spokeswoman said this morning.

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