Clue to kids' early aging disease found
Standing 3 feet tall, Meg didn't look like her peers. Bald and skinny, her body was aging rapidly because she had a rare genetic disease called Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome. People with progeria wrinkle and develop the same circulation and joint ailments as the elderly — except most of them die by age 13.
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