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Video and Images: Track Legend Undergoes Proton Therapy

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Steve Scott and Scripps Proton Therapy Center Photos

Distance runner Steve Scott turned to Scripps Proton Therapy Center to treat his prostate cancer.

Track legend Steve Scott announced Oct. 18 that he is being treated for prostate cancer. Scott has continued to coach cross country throughout his treatments at Scripps Proton Therapy Center. Download the high-resolution image.

Distance runner Steve Scott is pictured with his physician, Dr. Carl Rossi of Scripps Proton Therapy Center.

(From left) Dr. Carl Rossi of Scripps Health and Steve Scott share more than a cancer treatment connection. Both are avid runners and currently coach cross country at the collegiate level.
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Distance runner Steve Scott turned to Scripps Proton Therapy Center after he was diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Steve Scott stays active as head coach of the track and cross country teams at California State University, San Marcos. He has coached throughout his proton therapy for prostate cancer at Scripps.
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Steve Scott poses with the women’s track tream at CSU San Marcos.

CSU San Marcos Team

California State University, San Marcos has built a national reputation for its highly successful track and cross country programs, under the leadership of head coach Steve Scott.
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