Giving thanks

With his wife Carolyn at his side, an emotional U.S Rep. <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT005709" title="Bobby Rush" href="/topic/politics/government/bobby-rush-PEPLT005709.topic">Bobby Rush</a> (D-Ill.,) gives thanks during a press conference at the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="OREDU0000151" title="University of Chicago" href="/topic/education/colleges-universities/university-of-chicago-OREDU0000151.topic">University of Chicago</a> Medical Center in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO0100100501250000" title="Chicago" href="/topic/us/illinois/cook-county/chicago-PLGEO0100100501250000.topic">Chicago</a>. Rush said, "I no longer have cancer in my body," as he discussed his successful fight with salivary gland cancer.
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( Chuck Berman, Chicago Tribune / August 4, 2008 )

With his wife Carolyn at his side, an emotional U.S Rep. Bobby Rush (D-Ill.,) gives thanks during a press conference at the University of Chicago Medical Center in Chicago. Rush said, "I no longer have cancer in my body," as he discussed his successful fight with salivary gland cancer.

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