Megan Barron has lived her whole life with a condition called recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa, a rare connective tissue disorder. Her skin layers don't have the proper protein to hold them together, rendering my skin very fragile, and causing reoccurring blisters and wounds internally and externally. She has to wear bandages to protect her skin and any open areas from infection.
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