January 17, 2013

Syndrome X: The Girl Who Can't Grow

Peter Murray, Singularity Hub


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Twenty year old Brooke Greenberg hasn’t grown since age five. For the last 15 years mystified doctors have been unable to explain the cause for Brooke’s disorder that has kept her aging in check. At age twenty, she maintains the physical and mental appearance of a toddler.

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TAGGED: Aging, Mystery Illness

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