Cleveland (AP) -- Elizabeth Edwards has returned to the campaign trail for her husband, buoyed by a national outpouring of sympathy since announcing that her cancer had returned.
Drawing comparisons to seven-time Tour de France winner and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong, Edwards told a crowd in Ohio that she understands that "you can't stop when people are cheering for you all along the way."
Edwards entered the room to a standing ovation on her first solo trip since John Edwards announced last week he would stay in the Presidential race despite the return of his wife's now-incurable cancer.
Mrs. Edwards was first diagnosed with breast cancer in the final weeks of the 2004 campaign when her husband was the running mate of Presidential Candidate John Kerry.
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