Army Chaplain Capt. Jeremiah Catlin shows where surgeons sliced through his pectoral muscle in order to remove melanoma tumors six years ago, at Fort Jackson, S.C. Catlin has since been declared cancer-free and has improved his physical condition to the degree that he is running marathon races.
Army Chaplain Capt. Jeremiah Catlin shows where surgeons sliced through his pectoral muscle in order to remove melanoma tumors six years ago, at Fort Jackson, S.C. Catlin has since been declared cancer-free and has improved his physical condition to the degree that he is running marathon races. Associated Press
Army Chaplain Capt. Jeremiah Catlin shows where surgeons sliced through his pectoral muscle in order to remove melanoma tumors six years ago, at Fort Jackson, S.C. Catlin has since been declared cancer-free and has improved his physical condition to the degree that he is running marathon races. Associated Press

Army chaplain, Wichita native beats cancer, runs in marathon

December 28, 2013 07:09 AM

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