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Rhinelander teen battles rare cancer

7:29 PM, Dec. 28, 2012
Leanna Kossack, 17, of Rhinelander takes a break between chemotherapy and radiation treatments for a rare cancerous tumor on her spine.
Leanna Kossack, 17, of Rhinelander takes a break between chemotherapy and radiation treatments for a rare cancerous tumor on her spine.
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Leanna Kossack was a typical teenage girl just a few months ago, concerned about school, her part-time job at Dairy Queen, hanging out with friends and putting her new driver's license to good use.

But the softball-sized mass doctors found wrapped around her spine in October was anything but typical.

Now, the 17-year-old Rhinelander girl is battling for her life. Chemotherapy and radiation treatments are not shrinking the tumor and Leanna's prognosis is bleak without a miracle. ...

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