Jim Calhoun

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="hpa2011" title="Jim Calhoun" href="/topic/sports/basketball/jim-calhoun-hpa2011.topic">Jim Calhoun</a> shows reporters a scar on the right side his neck where a mass of squamous cell cancer was removed May 6. Jeffrey Sprio, M.D. of the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HNPO10" title="University of Connecticut Health Center" href="/topic/health/healthcare/university-of-connecticut-health-center-HNPO10.topic">UConn Health Center</a> performed the surgery that removed the cancer, a small portion of adjacent parotid salivary gland and 37 additional lymph nodes. Calhoun will begin Tomotherapy radiation treatments next month but has been declared cancer free.
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( MARK MIRKO / May 30, 2008 )

Jim Calhoun shows reporters a scar on the right side his neck where a mass of squamous cell cancer was removed May 6. Jeffrey Sprio, M.D. of the UConn Health Center performed the surgery that removed the cancer, a small portion of adjacent parotid salivary gland and 37 additional lymph nodes. Calhoun will begin Tomotherapy radiation treatments next month but has been declared cancer free.

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