Doctors used an experimental drug called Legalon that was flown in from Philadelphia to help save their lives.
The U.S Food and Drug Administration has not yet approved Legalon, so it can only be used when no other treatment options are available.
While Kai made a full recovery after taking the drug, Kam still needed a liver transplant. She is currently recovering from the ordeal at Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital.
Kai translated for his mother during the press conference. She issued a warning to those who might try to eat plants from the wilderness.
“Be careful what you find in the woods, especially mushrooms. It’s safer to purchase them from local supermarkets and stores,” she said.
Let this be a lesson to all. Do not eat strange plants!
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