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Brain cancer survivor shares how St. Jude saved her life

She's missing part of her brain but you would never know it from meeting former St. Jude patient Mallory Corzine. PHOTO: WZTV FOX 17 Nashville

Nashville, Tenn.--She's missing part of her brain but you would never know it from meeting Mallory Corzine.

The St. Jude Dream Home to be raffled off this Sunday (June 25) was built in this cancer survivor's name. Corzine had a portion of her brain removed due to brain cancer after a doctor at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital discovered a tumor had been left in her head which became cancerous.

Years later, Corzine is giving back to the place she says saved her life. Cancer free for the last 10 years, Corzine is attending Lipscomb University and plans to be a child life specialist so she can help patients going through the same experiences she once did.

This year's Dream Home is in Mt. Juliet. It features several rooms, an open downstairs floor plan and even a play room, complete with a rock wall and indoor slide!

Call 1-800-746-6713 to purchase tickets for the giveaway to take place on Sunday. You can watch LIVE on FOX 17 from 12-2pm.

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