Leah Still

Cincinnati Bengals player Devon Still took to social media to ask his followers for prayers for his 5-year-old daughter Leah Still, who suffered a setback in her cancer ordeal.

Leah experience complications after going into the hospital on May 5th for a stem cell transplant.

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This is an updated post of an earlier version that was originally posted in May 1, 2012.

Have you ever attempted to swallow food and it feels like it's stuck in your throat (or somewhere in your upper chest)? Panic slowly begins to rise as it seems like your throat is starting to close and you feel like you can't breathe. You feel like you're choking until you drink something to get the food moving again.

If you've ever had that choking experience with food -- and it occurs quite often -- you may have cancer of the esophagus.

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Andrae Crouch

Grammy-winning gospel legend Andrae Crouch has died in a Los Angeles hospital. He was 72.

Crouch was known for his energetic, soul-stirring gospel songs. But he also wrote or produced music for Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, and Paul Simon among others.

Crouch died at a Los Angeles area hospital where he had been hospitalized since Saturday.

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Stuart Scott

Former ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott died Sunday morning following a long battle with cancer. He was 49.

Scott was diagnosed with appendiceal cancer (cancer of the appendix) after he underwent an emergency appendectomy in 2007. An appendectomy is a surgical procedure to remove an inflamed and painful appendix. This condition is called appendicitis.

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Devon Still

The Cincinnati Bengals re-signed defensive tackle Devon Still to their practice squad after cutting him from the team last weekend.

But re-signing Still wasn't a football decision. Still needed help to pay for his 4-year-old daughter Leah's cancer treatment. Leah was diagnosed with stage 4 pediatric cancer in June. "I just broke down in tears and I couldn't stop crying," said Still in an interview with ABC News. "It was like my whole world turned upside down."

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Andrew Madoff

Andrew Madoff, son of disgraced financier and Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff, died of cancer in NYC at age 48. His lawyer, Martin Flumenbaum, said Andrew was diagnosed with mantle cell lymphoma, an aggressive cancer of the lymph nodes.

Andrew was Madoff's last surviving son. Madoff's other son, Mark, committed suicide on the 2nd anniversary of his father's conviction in NYC.

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