• Black child with aging disease hopes for future

    by  • 11 October 2011 • General News

    Ontlametse Phalatse, 12, has the rare disease that leads to premature aging. Most patients don't live past the age of 13. Twice a year Phalatse flies to Boston University's Progeria Research Foundation in the U.S. where scientists are trying to find a cure for the condition.The elfin child with the big personality and bright smile dreams of the future. But doctors say 12-year-old Ontlametse Phalatse has only, perhaps, another couple of years to live. Ontlametse is the first black child diagnosed with progeria.


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