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Scots boy with covid left in coma after suffering rare side effect seen in kids

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A Scots schoolboy was placed in an induced coma after suffering a rare side effect of Covid-19.Cameron Brown, eight, was rushed to hospital three weeks after recovering from the virus.

The youngster, who tested positive for Covid but showed no symptoms, noticed a large lump on his neck and rashes on his body.

Four days later while watching television, he complained to his mum that his vision was blurry. Worried mum Lorraine and dad James rushed him to A&E where medics discovered he had PIMS.The rare Covid linked syndrome affects children and causes serious inflammation throughout the body as the the immune system goes into overdrive, attacking the body.Cameron deteriorated quickly and his heart began to fail.

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