Student, 17, who suffers from rare skin condition causing painful blisters which leaves her looking like she has been 'mauled by a gorilla'

A student is left looking like she has been 'attacked by a gorilla' as a result of a rare condition which causes her skin to shed. 
Lucy Beall Lott, 17, from Santa Fe, was diagnosed with recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa (RDEB) when she was born.
Her condition means just picking objects up can cause her fragile skin to fall off, leaving her with painful blisters and wounds.
It also affects her throat each time she swallows - and can put her at risk of choking to death.  
She's suffered hurtful comments from strangers including that she would be 'hot' if it wasn't for her scarred... read more

7 October 2016 in Health, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail

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