One day during his long career as a microscope salesman, Preston Jeffiers suddenly felt sharp pain in his collarbone while moving a large microscope up a flight of stairs.
Jeffiers, now 74, who’s lived in the Normandy area most of his life, had also been noticing a lump on his right cheek. At the doctor, he heard news no one wants: “You’ve got lymphoma again.”
That was October 2005. It was the second time cancer had come calling.