Sue Callison wears a sleekly designed compression sleeve to manage the lymphedema or fluid build up that can come from breast cancer treatment.
“People don’t even know I’m wearing a medical device,” Callison said. “I did a double mastectomy, I did a hysterectomy, I did an ancillary node dissection, chemotherapy and I topped it off with a pulmonary embolism,” Callison said.
That aggressive approach is due to Sue’s strong family cancer history. Older sister Kimberly died from breast cancer and now Sue is dealing with chronic lymphedema.