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Topic - Tony Oliva
"You heard the word 'cancer' and it's a very tough word, but right now everything's so advanced that he's probably going to be all right," Oliva said in a phone interview. "The doctors do a great, great job."
Oliva said he was "shocked" when he found out about the diagnosis.