‘Age Reverse’ Disease Affects 2 UK brothers

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‘Age Reverse’ Disease Affects 2 UK brothers

It seems that Brad Pitt’s movie ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’ has come back into action and that too in real life. It has been revealed that two middle aged brothers have been diagnosed with age reversing disease in which they act like toddlers.

Michael Clark, 42, is a former RAF serviceman and his brother Matthew, 39, has lost his job as a factory worker. Both of them act as school going kids and spend their days watching cartoon, and eating chips and playing different indoor games.

It is quite strange to know that both of the brothers do not remember anything about their past and now act as 10 year kids. Matthew also has a 19 year old daughter, who will soon become a mother. Clark and Matthew remain under the supervision of their parents Anthony and mother Christine.

Anthony said that their life has gone upside down as they have transformed from fully functional adults to toddlers. Both are married and have children, but now the disease has made them children.

“Matthew went out the other day and bought himself a train set and a Mr. Potato Head. Things which interest a toddler interest them. The other day Michael saw a balloon and pointed it out to us”, he further affirmed.

Christine said that both of them get scared when they see a horror movie and insists to sleep with her. Initially, they used to feel it is a tantrum, but now they have realized that they can do nothing about it and completely powerless.

The experts said that the disease affect three vital parts of the body and those parts are brain, nervous system and the spinal cord. The disease is quite rare and till now, it has affected only 100 people in the UK.


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