Incredible genetic mutations

by Kate Miller

Oct 12, 2018

Incredible genetic mutations

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Movies about X Men, unfortunately, is just fiction. Mutants in life don’t live in a separate house and don’t save the world. Most often they sit at home and live in hospitals, because living with a mutation is difficult and dangerous.

1. Progeria

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Progeria is pathological aging. When progeria in the human body, the skin and internal organs change irreversibly, these changes are caused by premature aging of the organism. In children, signs of this disease appear in the 2-3rd year of life. The average life expectancy of children with progeria is 13 years, but many live longer than 20 years. Such cases occur in one for 4-8 million babies.

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