Stage IV colorectal cancer wasn't part of the game plan that Michael Robertson sketched out for his journey from Fresno to the White House. The $900,000 in medical costs also weren't anticipated as part of Robertson's carefully plotted career strategy. The Bullard High School graduate had marched from one achievement to another, finally landing a job as deputy assistant to President Barack Obama. And then he got sick.\
Stage IV colorectal cancer wasn't part of the game plan that Michael Robertson sketched out for his journey from Fresno to the White House. The $900,000 in medical costs also weren't anticipated as part of Robertson's carefully plotted career strategy. The Bullard High School graduate had marched from one achievement to another, finally landing a job as deputy assistant to President Barack Obama. And then he got sick.\ MCT
Stage IV colorectal cancer wasn't part of the game plan that Michael Robertson sketched out for his journey from Fresno to the White House. The $900,000 in medical costs also weren't anticipated as part of Robertson's carefully plotted career strategy. The Bullard High School graduate had marched from one achievement to another, finally landing a job as deputy assistant to President Barack Obama. And then he got sick.\ MCT

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December 06, 2013 3:06 PM

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