Pemphigus

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Pemphigus is an extremly rare skin disease. It happens because the antibodies attack the skin cells. It is an autoimmune disease. It causes blisters and sores on the skin.

There are three types of pemphigus. Pemphigus vulgaris is the most common type. It is more common in Ashkenazi Jews.