The smallest girl in the world.

jpeyton

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Hope they can genetically screen for this (and other major genetic "conditions") in the near future.
 

CPA

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Saw a documentary on her a little bit ago. It was interesting. Mom is SMOKIN!
 

clamum

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Originally posted by: CPA
Saw a documentary on her a little bit ago. It was interesting. Mom is SMOKIN!
lol, yeah I was gonna post that the mom was a MILF.
 

slsmnaz

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Originally posted by: jpeyton
Hope they can genetically screen for this (and other major genetic "conditions") in the near future.
I'd bet her parents don't feel the same way
 

Renob

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Hope they can genetically screen for this (and other major genetic "conditions") in the near future.
Why, its nature's way things are never perfect, oh and by the way are you a Nazi?
 

Capt Caveman

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Poor girl. I've seen stories about her but don't remember, is she expected to have a normal life expectancy?
 

Homerboy

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Originally posted by: jpeyton
Hope they can genetically screen for this (and other major genetic "conditions") in the near future.
and then do what if its detected?
 

Anubis

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Originally posted by: NoShangriLa
Originally posted by: Kadarin
Wow. All the best to her and her family. :thumbsup:
I second the best of wishes to her & family.

The image also reminded me of the awesome movie that I saw 28 years ago, The Dark Crystal.
ok so i wasent the only one who thought that LOL
 
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Lola

I am very intrigued by primoridal dwarfs for some reason. There are a few specials that air on TLC/Discovery channel with them.
I remember watching the special when it first aired. I hope she has a long, wonderful life.
 

91TTZ

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Originally posted by: Homerboy
Originally posted by: jpeyton
Hope they can genetically screen for this (and other major genetic "conditions") in the near future.
and then do what if its detected?
Abort the pregnancy in its early stages so the woman doesn't give birth to a kid that will endure serious medical complications for the rest of their shortened life?

I hate to break it to you, but they already do screening for other genetic defects in the developing baby.
 

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