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  • mary November 8, 2011 at 8:41 pm

    I'm wring to let u know that we believe that our grand daughter SJS.Carlie is in the hospital as I write this, she looks horrible it took everything that I Had not to cry in front of her. She is a real trooper.We still don't know if it was her seiziure meds.,that brought it on but she started off by the drs. saying she has the chicken pox but she kept getting worse.so my daughter took her back to the drs. and they sent her straight to the hosp. now its a waiting game I only know what I have read but we r thankful that she is happy & all…we thank God also without him it would be harder to deal with…

    • LAS_Admin November 11, 2011 at 7:53 am

      Hi Mary, I am so sorry to hear what your granddaughter has been going through. Stevens Johnson Syndrome is certainly a dreadful condition for anyone–but when it happens to a child, it is that much more heart-wrenching. I along with everyone here at LAS wish Carlie all the best as she recovers from this. Even though it's still uncertain whether the anti-seizure meds were what brought it on, you may want to have a lawyer review your granddaughter's situation. If so, you can do that by filling out and submitting the form here: https://www.lawyersandsettlements.com/submit_form… This is a free service to our readers–no obligation either. Best of luck to you and your family.

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