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Dunwoody's Steven Camara proves he's a survivor

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It's nearly Signing Day, and Dunwoody defensive end Steven Camara has plenty to smile about.  He's heading to Centre College in Danville, Kentucky on a football scholarship, but Camara has already done something much bigger: he's survived cancer.   

Camara was first diagnosed with t-cell lymphoma at the age of 13, and he spent the next three years going through chemotherapy.  Still, he practiced while he could—and look at him now.  

FOX 5 Sports' Ken Rodriguez introduces you to Camara and shows you just how far he's come.  Click on the video above to watch his story.

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