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rob ford cancer

Funeral details for the late politician have been shared by his family.
Ford served one term as Toronto's mayor from 2010 to 2014.
“I loved Rob so much I took care of him and protected him from the day he was born.”
If it had been your friend or family member demonstrating the same behaviour your first reaction would be to get them help, but our first reaction towards Ford was to want him to lose his job, blackball him from society, and then we laughed some more.
The Toronto politician was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer in 2014.
Coun. Rob Ford underwent a fourth round of chemotherapy Wednesday for tumours on his bladder, his brother Doug Ford says
The former Toronto mayor was diagnosed with cancer in September 2014.
Rob Ford is going back to work at Toronto City Hall with the blessing of his medical team. 
The tumour in Rob Ford’s abdomen hasn’t shrunk with chemotherapy treatments, doctors say – but it hasn’t grown either. And
A “very friendly” Rob Ford was spotted canvassing an Etobicoke neighbourhood, days after being released from hospital following