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By Ask Dr. Ramo BARRY RAMO For the Journal Days after Tony Snow, President Bush's former press secretary, died from colon cancer, my 55-year-old patient explained to me that she felt very safe from developing the disease because she didn't have a single family member with colon cancer.
Two days before former White House spokesman Tony Snow died of colon cancer, I went in for my first screening. Snow was only 53 when he died on July 12. He'd been diagnosed in 2005, and his colon was removed. He underwent six months of chemotherapy, but the cancer returned in March of 2007.
Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception 10:16 A.M. EDT THE PRESIDENT: Archbishop Wuerl, Father O'Connell, Mr.
As a two-time cancer survivor, I would love to see Tony Snow's tragic death last week help raise awareness about colorectal cancer. The former White House press secretary was just three years younger than me and I know all too well how tough his battle was.
U.S. President George Bush said Sunday he was saddened to hear of the death of former White House Press Secretary Tony Snow. The president said Snow, who served as Bush's third press secretary until last September, had been a dedicated public servant who loved his country and family.
Tony Snow, a conservative writer and commentator who cheerfully sparred with reporters in the White House briefing room during a stint as President Bush's press secretary, died today of colon cancer. He was 53.
- A political dynamiter.