As I read the story aloud, I came to this sentence:
After I read that sentence, I thought to myself, "That doesn't sound right." Well, that's because:
And if you look at the definition of the verb:
So, apparently, in all my amazing reporter ways, I had a sentence published that tells the reader that the statistics of oral cancer walk around with a defiant strut. That oral cancer statistics can brag very noisily. I never did meet an oral cancer statistic that I liked. They're not very humble, are they?
Besides that AP Style fail, and another sentence in the story that's a bit jumbly, it's not really that bad of a story. If you would like to take a look at it yourself, I have provided it here for your viewing pleasure.