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Lynn Schmidt of Bemidji monitors the drying process of oriented-strand boards at Norbord, a Solway-based plant, Wednesday morning. Schmidt started work last week after taking a year off to undergo treatments for his acute myeloid leukemia. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

Healthy and doing well: Bone marrow transplant from Europe gives Bemidji man new lease on life

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At first glance, Lynn Schmidt's job appears tedious. But to the 60-year-old, being back at work symbolizes winning a battle against cancer.

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