Esophageal Cancer

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Twins’ Former Equipment Mgr. Remembers Killebrew

Inside the Dome Souvenir Shop and Museum, a soft-spoken man with a razor-sharp memory told stories about a Twins’ legend on Tuesday.


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Twins Fans React To Killebrew News

Fans are reacting to news that Twins legend Harmon Killebrew announced Friday he will enter hospice care.


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Harmon Killebrew To Enter Hospice Care

Minnesota Twins legend Harmon Killebrew says his “battle with esophageal cancer is coming to an end” and he is going to enter hospice care.


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Esme’s Blog: Killebrew Is A Class Act

Harmon Killebrew’s statement on Friday that he was entering hospice care is a last gift to his fans.


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Killebrew Says He’s ‘Feeling Great’ Despite Cancer

Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew says he’s “feeling great” after being treated for esophageal cancer that was diagnosed in December.


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Killebrew Issues Statement About Cancer Treatment

Hall of Fame slugger Harmon Killebrew has been going through chemotherapy for his esophageal cancer for about three weeks, a daunting regimen that he said has been aided “by the outpouring of support and prayers” he has received.