Tag: Steven-Johnson Syndrome

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Wish Kid Carlisle is Heading to a Broadway Experience

May 2016

Carlisle was taking a prescribed medication when he felt flu-ish and developed large blisters in his mouth and a painful rash all over his body. The diagnosis was Stevens Johnson Syndrome worst form – Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis. His initial prognosis was dire, but the determined boy fought hard. In spite of the ongoing fatigue and […]

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Girl With Rare Medical Reaction Honored as Hero of the Month

December 2014

CINCINNATI, Ohio (December 2, 2014): When 4-year-old Nevaeh Kelly initially fell ill, neither her mother nor her doctors imagined that the medication being used to treat her would actually be the cause of another dangerous illness. Nevaeh was diagnosed with Stevens-Johnson Syndrome that lead to a complicated stay at Shriners Hospitals for Children®–Cincinnati, where she […]

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Sammy’s Magical Trip

November 2013

Sammy had a blast In early March of 2012, Samantha developed a common infection and was given an antibiotic. Twelve days later, she woke up with swollen lips that progressively got worse throughout the day. Doctors at urgent care treated Samantha for an allergic reaction to but her condition continued to get worse. Samantha was […]

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