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BOY SURVIVES NEAR-FATAL ALLERGIC REACTION TO EPILEPSY MEDICATION

A little boy was left fighting for his life in hospital after a horrific allergic reaction to epilepsy medication made his skin fall off in chunks. Five-year-old Ellis Stacey developed a one-in-a-million condition that gripped his body, covering his skin in agonising blisters. Within days, the skin on his face, back, arms and legs had peeled off. His devastated parents, Kayleigh Drayton, 25, and aerospace technician Carl Stacey, 26, were warned that he could die within days as the condition ravaged his body.

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