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Topics: Health, Old People

Saturday, 12 April 2008

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Steve Desmond died a month before his 14th birthday.

Over a dozen cases of "Gereatric Disease" has hit in Iowa and Illinois in the past month. It is a disease which children age to an elderly age in less than three weeks before dying of old age.

Monica McClure, an 11-year old from Dubuque, Iowa was the first to die from liver failure caused by aging. Although she was born in 1997, what little hair she had was silver nad gray and her teeth had fallen out due to age decay.

13-year old Steve Desmond died last night from heart failure simular to those in their nineties. His aging process started soon after Easter when he lost hair on the front part of his head, leaving him with a cheesy combover.

Eleven other children are in various stages of "Gereatric Disease", but no new cases have been reported within the last week.

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