Rare Syndrome Took Life of NBA Legend

Basketball legend Manute Bol's dream of building schools in Sudan to unify the warring ethnic factions that killed his relatives may have ultimately cost him his life. One of the MBA's tallest players ever, Bol was on a charity mission to his native Sudan when an unusual series of medical conditions spiraled into a reaction called Stevens-Johnson Syndrome. Blisters from the syndrome were so severe that he was unable to eat or drink for 11 days. Bol died on June 19, a month after his poor...Full Story
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