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A Tulsa hero  who devoted his life to fighting for other  now fight for his own life

TULSA, Okla. – A Tulsa County man who has spent his life protecting others is now fighting to survive.

Recently, Cpl. Dennis Miller, with the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office, was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer.

“When they said, ‘You have breast cancer,’ it was like really? ‘Are you serious?’ and he said, ‘Yeah,” Miller said.

According to KJRH, the deadly cancer only affects about one in 1,000 men.

Now, Miller hopes his story will bring awareness to the disease and inspire other men to get tested.

“I’ve always been a fighter and I’ll never give up,” he said.