Andrew Dys

December 8, 2012 10:08 PM

Home from Hospice: York man's spirit to live overcomes cancer

Russia-born Victor Bresg lived through a German labor camp in World War II. Weeks ago he was dying of cancer and hospice was called in. Somehow, Bresg found the will to live and incredibly, he did..

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