Sunday media: City of Hope gives new hope to former Dodgers reporter Eric Tracy

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Eric Tracy has a new appreciation for extra innings.
Before he joined a group of friends at Dodger Stadium to take in the Dodgers-Royals game late Friday afternoon, he had another three-hour immunotherapy session at City Of Hope in Duarte. It’s part of the new prescribed route that the 66-year-old former Dodgers’ pre- and postgame host in the ’80s and ’90s at KABC/790 takes now.
Doctors at the renowned cancer-treatment center gave him a 3- to 9-month window of survival in October 2016. Cancer that had already been treated with radiation and chemotherapy at the base of his tongue starting last summer, taking away all his salivary glands, had moved to his lungs in the form of seven tumors.
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