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By K.S. MCNUTT
The Oklahoman 

Oklahoma City dwelling offers cancer patients free lodging

 


OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — When Sabra Huntsberger's daughter, Karli Ewing, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2002 they lived in Guymon. Treatment meant driving four hours to Oklahoma City, where they often had to stay two weeks at a time.

"Luckily, we had family (in the area)," Huntsberger said. While they had a place to stay, many other families traveling long distances for treatment did not.

"I met so many other people who would drive for hours to get chemo and then drive home," she told The Oklahoman.

Soon, cancer patients who come to Oklahoma City for treatment will have a place to stay...



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