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Rex Luther Prostate Cancer Survivor

When Rex Luther was diagnosed with prostate cancer in June 2008, his outlook on life changed. "I used to get hyper over every little thing. Now, I don't worry about the little things. I stop and smell the roses." He was diagnosed at the V.A. hospital, which had been monitoring him for years after he had been exposed to Agent Orange while serving in Vietnam. He received treatment at Tunnell Cancer Center where his wife, Linda Roberts, was working. "She's been wonderful. I don't know what I would have done without her."

Rex is an avid fisherman and he and Linda, now retired, like to spend time together walking on the beach collecting sea glass. They also enjoy time with their grandchildren and entertaining friends at their Millsboro home they call "Paradise."

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