Caleb was your average 17-year-old who loved sports, video games, and spending time with friends and family. He had recently made the high school football team when, a few weeks into his senior year, he was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. He had to leave school during treatment; instead of enjoying some of the best times of his life, he was fighting for his life. Caleb experienced many complications during treatment. Sadly, he relapsed 10 months after reaching remission. Just one year and one day after Caleb “rang the bell” to signify the end of treatment, he passed away.
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