SIKESTON — Julie Heppe said her 12-year-old nephew once asked "Why does Aunt Julie live forever with cancer, while everyone else seems to die from it?" And since Dec. 16, the rural Sikeston resident said she's learned what her mission in life is — to fight a decision the Food and Drug Administration made.
Missouri cancer patient works to keep drug an option
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