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his is a March 19, 2011, file photo showing Minnesota Twins Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew watching from the dugout prior to a spring training baseball game against the Tampa Bay Rays, in Fort Myers, Fla. Killebrew says he will no longer fight esophageal cancer and is settling in for the final days of his life. TheTwins released a statement on Friday, May 13, 2011, from Killebrew, saying he has "exhausted all options" for treatment and the cancer is incurable.(AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)T

Killebrew ends fight vs cancer, looks to hospice

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew said Friday he will no longer fight his esophageal cancer and is settling in for the final days of his life.

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The Minnesota Twins released a statement on Friday from Killebrew, who said he has "exhausted all options" for treatment of the "awful disease" and that the cancer is incurable.

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