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Editorial: Cancer and line-of-duty deaths

Firefighters in the village of Buffalo Grove were understandably devastated by the loss of a colleague earlier this year. Firefighter and paramedic Kevin Hauber had worked for the department since 1994, and for many years alongside his twin brother, before dying of colon cancer in January at age 51.

He left behind a wife and four

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