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1standten

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A good dude right there. Help on the way!

I always admired the way in which DD played with great momentum. Always propelling himself down the field and never leaving a possible yard behind. He was a scrapper during his time at NU and am sure he'll fight this too!

Get well!!
 
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cthusker

You talken to me?
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I couldn't but help a former Husker. Hope the treatment works.
Could not agree more. Once a Husker always a Husker and he was a stand up player IMO. Sure hope he beats this and I'd say the odds are good with proper treatment. All the best to him.......

BTW Just received an email that was a nicely worded heartfelt thanks for donating... Makes you feel great if you have the ability to help someone like DD.
 
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HuskerBoPower

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I always thought he had great jackhammer legs/steps. He did a great job with getting a good head of steam up before hitting the hole and falling forward for the last yard or 2. Often reminds me of a slightly less dynamic version Ahman Green. IMO, the last great RB recruited from the Osborne/Solich era, and then kind of a drought until Lucky/Helu came along.

Good luck DD! Thoughts and prayers.
 

WestTexasHusker

Travel Squad
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Lymphoma has become one of the most curable cancers if that is any consolation. 50 years ago it was a death sentence. Today, most lymphoma patients can be cured, even late stage.

The key with lymphoma is 100 percent accuracy on diagnosis of the lymphoma type, and the proper recipe of chemo.

There are about 5 cancer centers in the US in which I would feel very comfortable that they could get it right. Anywhere else is more of a crapshoot.
 
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cthusker

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Lymphoma has become one of the most curable cancers if that is any consolation. 50 years ago it was a death sentence. Today, most lymphoma patients can be cured, even late stage.

The key with lymphoma is 100 percent accuracy on diagnosis of the lymphoma type, and the proper recipe of chemo.

There are about 5 cancer centers in the US in which I would feel very comfortable that they could get it right. Anywhere is else more of a crapshoot.
I've had a couple of close friends that had lymphoma and BOTH have been cancer free for almost 10 years now. So I'd say you are exactly on target that DD odds are very good he beats this damn thing.
 
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