Found January 21, 2012 on Washington Times:
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DEVELOPING: STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno is in serious condition after experiencing health complications from lung cancer. "Over the last few days Joe Paterno has experienced further health complications," family spokesman Dan McGinn said in a brief statement Saturday to The Associated Press. "His doctors ...
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