Ukrainian Anna Sakidon suffered from a rare genetic disease known scientifically as "Progeria", as she appeared at the age of eighty while her real age was only 8 years.
Anna Sakidon weighed about seven kilograms; she died because of damage to several of her internal organs as she grew physiologically.
For those suffering from this rare disease, one year is equivalent to 10 years, and the bones of those with it grow slowly while the rest of the organs develop rapidly.
According to specialists, deaths of "early aging" patients are often caused by strokes and strokes, and people with paralysis suffer during their lifetime.
According to recent research conducted in the Netherlands, "Progeria" affects a person in every 20 million, and that the number of people with the disease currently registered around the world is only 160.