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Marcia Cross Discusses Fight With Cancer

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The former "Desperate Housewives" star shared a series of photos on Instagram that made public her battle with anal cancer. So grateful and happy to be alive but sad that my hair fell out and is about 1 inch long now and looks cra cra.

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