“This is not right and could have been prevented,” writes someone who commented on Cloanne Andrus Pesquera’s obituary in The Spectrum. Cloanne, 41, died May 30, 2009, after battling a rare but life-threatening condition called Stevens Johnson Syndrome, or SJS. The woman who commented on the story said she had lost her mother to SJS/TEN in 2006. She believes Cloanne’s death, like her mother’s, could have been prevented. SJS, or its most severe form, TEN, toxic epidermal necrolysis, is caused by a severe adverse reaction to medication, most commonly ibuprofen, antibiotics and anti-seizure drugs. More than 200 medicines have been ... Read More
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