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It was a lonely, isolating existence that included numerous surgeries, 16 chemotherapy treatments and 35 radiation treatments, the last of which came Friday to officially clear Werner as cancer-free. And while he didn't step foot on a baseball field for nine months, the Orioles -- who advanced to the American League Championship Series -- were with Werner nightly.

Stage Three Breast Cancer.

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