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Yuvraj said that 2013 would a crucial year for him.
"2013 will be an interesting year. It will prove whether I can perform the way I used to. I hope to better my performance. I work very hard to come out of the phase."
On the sidelines of the launch of a highly equipped mobile cancer screening van, Yuvraj said, "The primary aim is to detect 1000 (cancer patients). It's about pushing people to know more about cancer and its early diagnosis.
"There is a need for awareness in Eastern India. I've something to do to spread cancer awareness. It's a huge step forward."
If he has fears of cancer relapsing, Yuvraj said, "Why are you scaring me? This is New Year. As a survivor, I never think of relapse. It's the last thing on my mind."
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