Callie started showing symptoms of a swollen eye lid in February 2013. After several doctor visits, medications and a biopsy, it was determined that Callie had cancer. She went through six weeks of chemo. In June 2014, Callie was declared cancer-free! While going through chemo and treatments, Callie never questioned why she needed to endure the testaments, medication and numerous needle pricks. She is one of just four known cases in the United States to have Subcutaneous Panniculitis – Like T-cell Lymphoma (SPLTCL).

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