(CNN)Katharine Dunn got really worried about her son Nolan even as his doctors told her she shouldn’t — the 13-year-old’s fever was “just a virus.”
He didn’t have a sore throat or cough. His Covid-19 tests came back negative, twice.
Then what had been a low-grade fever crept up to 104.4.
“That’s when I knew something was really wrong,” she said. “Some people’s children spike those types of fevers, my kids never do.”
Talking it over with her dad, he reminded her a friend’s child had a “weird syndrome” called MIS-C that stands for multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children.
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