Woman with 'Extremely Painful' Monkeypox Says She Wasn't Offered Vaccine or Antiviral Treatments

Woman with 'Extremely Painful' Monkeypox Says She Wasn't Offered Vaccine or Antiviral Treatments

Woman with 'Extremely Painful' Monkeypox Says She Wasn't Offered Vaccine or Antiviral Treatments Camille Seaton Despite recovering from monkeypox, Camille Seaton finds herself hesitant to leave the house for long periods of time, having groceries and food delivered to her house. The Georgia resident's journey with the virus began on July 11 when she noticed several bumps forming on her face, assuming it was acne and disregarding it. "But that night, they already turned white. So I knew something was up," Seaton, 20, tells PEOPLE. After more bumps quickly appeared on her face, Seaton went to the hospital on July 16 for lab testing. She learned days later she had a confirmed case of monkeypox — one of the first in her state — and what she thought was acne …
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