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Childhood burn victim Eileen found some matches in her parents’ bedroom as a kid and recalls that suddenly her arm and chest were engulfed in flames. She shares after 40 years she is still bothered by her scars. Eileen came on the show three years ago to address her scars and find out how she’s doing today!