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Lane DeGregory podcast: Episode 97 - Lincoln, nine months later

Lincoln DeLuna and his family feed ducks on an August afternoon. [JOHN PENDYGRAFT | Times]
Published Oct. 23

In this episode, we discuss how Lincoln DeLuna is now. Lincoln, a boy living with a terminal illness, was the focus of a multi-part series last fall called Lincoln’s Shot.

Read the most recent story: After losing hope for a cure, Lincoln DeLuna’s family is living for the moment

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