The cheerleader, who was always optimistic and loved praying for everyone else's happiness, now found it difficult letting anyone see her face.
"Well, I never ever thought that it would be something like this. I just thought it was chicken pox or something, I guess, or an allergic reaction," said Jasmin.
What happened to Jasmin is called toxic epidermal necrolysis, or TEN for short. It's the most aggressive form of Stevens-Johnson syndrome. Your own body literally attacks and kills the outer layer of skin.
"This is the worst case of Stevens-Johnson I have seen on a child. 16-year-old young girl, beautiful, young girl with almost 100 percent loss of skin and no etiology," said Dr. Adhvaryu.