Remembering Peanuts Comic Strip Creator Charles Schulz, Who Died From Colon Cancer 20 Years Ago; Treatment Has Come a Long Way Since Then

Published Feb 9, 2021

Remembering Peanuts Comic Strip Creator Charles Schulz, Who Died From Colon Cancer 20 Years Ago; Treatment Has Come a Long Way Since Then

The iconic cartoonist passed away from late-stage colon cancer in 2000, but today more targeted treatments are available.

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