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Autopsy Reveals Cause Of Jett Travolta's Death

An autopsy has determined the cause of death for John Travolta and Kelly Preston's 16 year old son. Jett died as a result of a seizure, according to his death certificate. The teenager, is known to have suffered frequent and serious seizures, and according to family lawyers, had been on medication for that. Jett Travolta's seizures were caused by lymph node syndrome or Kawaski Disease--an illness that causes inflammation in the walls of small and medium seized arteries throughout the body. It mostly affects children from ages two to five, and is more common in boys than girls.

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