15-Year-Old Indian Boy Who Suffered From Rare Genetic Disorder That Made Him Look 60 Years, Dies | Photos - Information Nigeria

A 15-year-old boy who suffered from the rare genetic disorder called progeria, died at a hospital in Karimnagar in Telangana, India, on Tuesday, May 3. Nihal Shrinivas Bitla was instrumental in creating awareness about the disorder in India, and was ...

Brave boy who became face of rapid ageing condition progeria dies aged 15 - Mirror.co.uk

An Indian boy who became the face of rapid ageing disease progeria has died at the age of 15. Nihal Bitla suffered with the genetic condition which aged him eight times faster than normal. But brave Nihal, who had a crippled body, looked like a wizened ...

Before His Time: Indian Teenager Suffering From Progeria Passes Away - Sputnik International

He was frail yet remained agile. He was only 15 but his body was as weak as that of a 60-year-old. He was a symbol of hope for many. Today, he passed away. An India farmer tries to revive his unconscious cattle dying on an unploughed field during a.

Tragic boy whose body aged eight times faster than normal dies at just 15: Brave teenager who became world famous ... - Daily Mail

A brave teenager who became the public face of the campaign for more research into a rare ageing disease he suffered from has died. Nihal Shrinivas Bitla, who was diagnosed with progeria as a child, has succumbed to the disease at the age of just 15 at ...

Nihal Bitla: India progeria campaigner dies aged 15 - BBC News

A Mumbai teenager who had been suffering from a rare genetic disease that causes the body to age eight times faster than normal has died. Fifteen-year-old Nihal Bitla was the face of India's awareness campaign against progeria. Bitla made headlines ...

Nihal Bitla – India's First Progeria Patient Passed Away - IndRead

Nihal Bitla who was suffering from a rare genetic disorder Progeria died on Monday due to severe sun heat. Progeria Patient Nihal Bitla Died. Progeria or Hutchinson – Gilford Progeria Syndrome (HGPS) is the rare disease that causes an individual grow ...

India's first reported progeria patient, Nihal Bitla, dies - International Business Times, India Edition

India's first reported progeria patient, 15-year-old Nihal Bitla, died on Monday at a hospital in Karimnagar, Telangana. Progeria is a rare genetic disorder that causes rapid ageing of the body and has been reported among 124 children globally, of ...