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As well as jewellery, the parents have even sold property in a bid to help their son

Daily Mail - Aug 29, 2017
A boy is unable to use his hands or wear shoes due to a rare genetic disorder that causes his fingers and toes to be fused together. Aswanth, eight, suffers from Apert syndrome, which also makes the head grow abnormally large and is associated with ...

Genetic disorder leaves Telangana boy with fingers and toes fused together

Deccan Chronicle - Aug 30, 2017
Aswanth suffers from Apert Syndrome and since his condition was fully diagnosed in July he is now in the advanced stages. Although extensive surgery is needed to cure the defects, his parents have run out of resources and can no longer support treatment.

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Natchez Democrat - Aug 24, 2017
Malone was born in 2012 with Apert Syndrome, a very rare condition which causes abnormal growth of the skull and other bones. In her first two years of life, Malone had four major surgeries which allow her brain room to grow. Ten to 12 more surgeries ...

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Michael's Apert Syndrome Story

Shortly after Michael's birth, doctors diagnosed him with Apert syndrome, an extremely rare condition that affects about 15 of every 1 million U.S. babies.

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Katie is diagnosed with Apert syndrome and wants you to know that she doesn't bite.

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Living with Apert Syndrome - Aiden Skees' Story

Aiden Skees is a Kentucky boy who was diagnosed with Apert syndrome at birth. Apert syndrome is a genetic birth disorder that causes the bones in his skull, ...

5-1-2012 Living with Apert Syndrome

VIDOR - by Lindsey Kovacevich - It's called Apert Syndrome. The birth defect is so rare that out of every one million babies born every year no more than about ...