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Gerd Trubenbach, 71, believes he would be dead if his Korean wife hadn’t taken him to South Korea for life-saving surgery, after B.C. doctors discharged him from the Abbotsford Hospital with a huge malignant tumour growing in his neck last August.
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Gerd Trubenbach says flying to Korea for cancer surgery was his only hope - British Columbia - CBC News
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