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Even Don Wright Admits He Didn’t Think He Could Reach His Goal, But MY LIFE IS WORTH IT Says the 75-Year-Old Runner is Ready for His 99th and 100th Marathons with Cancer

--Scheduled to Run the Des Moines Marathon, His 99th, on Oct. 16th -- --And His Milestone 100th at the Philadelphia Marathon on Nov. 20th -- --Don was Diagnosed with the Blood Cancer Multiple Myeloma in 2003—
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