When Kelly Samson of Toledo, Ohio, first noticed spots breaking out on her daughter’s skin, she assumed her daughter had come down with the chickenpox. She was wrong. The young girl was diagnosed with something far more serious, a serious skin reaction known as Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS). SJS is rare but life threatening, and it can happen to anyone regardless of age. The average person has about a one in a million chance of developing the condition, which is most often described as an allergic reaction to medication. Drugs most often associated with SJS include anti-seizure and anti-viral medications, ... Read More
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