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Cancer patient makes first trip to Lambeau

7:48 PM, Dec. 7, 2012
Brian Arnold will attend his first game at Lambeau Field tonight. The Green Bay Packers fan from California has been diagnosed with terminal cancer.
Brian Arnold will attend his first game at Lambeau Field tonight. The Green Bay Packers fan from California has been diagnosed with terminal cancer.
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For most Green Bay Packers fans, it's a divisional game at Lambeau Field, but for Brian Arnold, it's so much more.

"I'm blessed. I'm so excited to get to come to Lambeau Field. It's a dream come true," said the 48-year-old from west suburban Oakland, Calif., with terminal cancer. He'll make his first trip to the stadium for tonight's Green Bay Packers-Detroit Lions game.

Arnold was diagnosed about three months ago after a regular checkup and said doctors believe he has a 2 percent chance of living past the next nine months. The primary site of his cancer is unknown, he said. ...

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