NBC’s Tom Brokaw Shows Blood Cancer Can Be a Chronic Disease– Announces Official Retirement 8 Years After Diagnosis

Published Jan 22, 2021

NBC’s Tom Brokaw Shows Blood Cancer Can Be a Chronic Disease– Announces Official Retirement 8 Years After Diagnosis

Iconic news anchor Tom Brokaw, 80, has announced he is retiring; Brokaw has a blood cancer called multiple myeloma and is currently being treated for the disease.

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