A 17-year-old girl from Neath, Wales, died of a rare blood condition weeks after being misdiagnosed with tonsillitis, Wales Online reported.
Leah Roger got sick while on a trip with friends and at first, her doctors thought she had tonsillitis. But she was later diagnosed with a life-threatening immune disease called hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis.
Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) is an aggressive and life-threatening syndrome of excessive immune activation, according to UpToDate .
It primarily affects newborns from birth to 18 months of age, but it can also affect children and adults of all ages.
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Leah passed away on June 7th, and her death left her family “devastated and unable to comprehend,” per Wales Online.
After her death, her family decided to raise money and teach people about ‘histiocytic diseases’ in order to “prevent other families [from] suffering the same.”
A fundraiser page was set up by her sibling, Becky Williams, to “raise awareness of ‘HLH’ and funds in donation to Histio UK.” Leah’s tragic tragedy was recounted by her sibling. Read below: Leah started suffering from swollen and painful tonsils shortly after her return from her first ‘parent free’ holiday to Majorca . Doctors diagnosed her with tonsillitis and sent her away with antibiotics. As a regular sufferer of tonsillitis several times a year, we thought nothing so cruel would follow. After several trips to A&E, she was diagnosed with glandular fever, and this condition would clear on its own. As the days passed, without any improvement, we were advised that she was suffering from liver failure. Leah’s condition deteriorated and she was placed in intensive care at hospital and later transferred to the Queen Elizabeth […]
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