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At first, the swelling on 7-year-old Kennedy Dunn’s posterior appeared innocuous but it quickly escalated into what will be a 60-week-long battle against a fast-growing and rare form of soft-tissue cancer.

The Gilbert girl first noticed the growth around Thanksgiving. It was painless, but she was afraid to say anything about it until her parents Cory and Nicole Dunn noticed it right after Christmas and took her to a general pediatrician in January.

“She felt that bump and said she was not super worry about it,” Cory Dunn recalled about the doctor visit. “Told us to keep an eye on it and don’t worry about it. If it gets larger let us know.”

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