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Meet two doctors continuing to fight cancer under Stuart Scott’s legacy


owned a passionate voice for improving outcomes for minorities with cancer. Scott was so passionate in his beliefs that after his death in 2015, the V Foundation and family members representing him founded the Memorial Cancer Research Fund. The fund allocates dollars to minority researchers fighting cancer in minority communities. (The Undefeated)

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