Teen's Rare Syndrome Motivates Her to Spread Her Message of Love to All

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Callie Truelove and her parents Tabitha and Keith join The Doctors with Christopher Knight’s documentary partner, Phil Viardo, and Callie’s dog Doodle, to share about Williams syndrome, which makes it hard for Callie to do daily functions. Callie had open-heart surgery in 2014 and her mom shares that she was showing signs of cardiac arrest. Tabitha shares, “We take every day like it’s the last,” and that Callie has taught her to strive to cherish every moment. Callie says it’s important to her to spread love because there is so much hate and anger in this world, and her job as a human is to fight for the love.

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