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Golf for Research raises $61K for pediatric cancer research

12:12 PM, Aug. 23, 2013
Pediatric cancer survivor Kelsey Hunter tees off for the honorary swing at Golf for Research at Lake Arrowhead Golf Course, town of Rome.
Pediatric cancer survivor Kelsey Hunter tees off for the honorary swing at Golf for Research at Lake Arrowhead Golf Course, town of Rome.
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"Mom, mom, mom," was the one phrase that used to occasionally annoy Theresa Lassig - until the day came when she thought she would never hear those words again.

That was three years ago, when Theresa's daughter, Kelsey Hunter, now 17, was diagnosed with T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia at age 14. But now, that simple phrase is one she still hears daily - something Lassig credits the Marshfield Clinic oncology team and research for preserving.

As they addressed the crowd of 150 golfers and 35 volunteers Aug. 13 at Lake Arrowhead Golf Course in town of Rome at Marshfield Clinic's 15th annual ...

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