Julie, who was diagnosed with Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS). SJS is a severe adverse reaction to medication. Julie was 10 months old when she had a grandmal seizure. She was prescribed Phenobarbital to control Idiopathic Epilepsy. Julie’s condition became worse and she suffered multiple blisters, leaving her face unrecognizable. Her mother took her to the doctor who diagnosed her with a viral exanthem and later that day changed the diagnosis to chicken pox. Julie still showed no improvement and four days later she was diagnosed with SJS.