By Good News Network Wednesday, August 01, 2012
First the drug tester told American beach volleyball player Jake Gibb that he was suspended.
Then he said to call a doctor, because the abnormal levels of hormones in his blood might be caused by testicular cancer.
Gibb was expected to miss the Olympics while recovering, but the surgery got all of the cancer and he wouldn't need chemotherapy. He got back on tour with his partner and qualified for the London Games at the last minute.
(READ the AP story from the Spokesman-Review)
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