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    Read this heartwarming book about a 13 year old girl with progeria, the rapidly aging disease.

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    Old Before My Time: Hayley Okines Life with Progeria: Hayley Okines, Kerry Okines, Alison Stokes: 9781908192554: Amazon.com: Books

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