My 12 yr old son started vomitting non-stop on July 15,2008.When I brought him to the ER, they diagnosed him with pneumonia ( even doctor said he didn't believe it was pneumonia).5 days later, we ended up at different hospital and my son had a rare disease called acute hemmorhagic leukoencephalitis. Also known as Hursts disease. There is no cure and no cause and my son passed away 5 days later on July 15th. I'm not sure if I should be looking into misdiagnosis of 1st hospital as treatment should have started 5 days earlier and he could have survived, I believe. All info on this disease states that early detection and early treatment has good results. Just looking for some help oin this.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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