Leta Moseley is tiny.

She’s 17 years old but just 3’8″ tall and 66 lbs. She can’t speak and she struggles with heart problems and a lung disease that can turn a simple cold into a life-threatening event.

She’s been in and out of hospitals her entire life – and for more than 15 years no one could tell her parents what was wrong with her.

In February 2013, thanks to new, cutting-edge technology that only became available in 2012, Dr. Ian Krantz, a geneticist at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia not only solved her medical mystery – she and two other of his pediatric patients shared the same mutation on the same gene (AFF4) – he discovered a new form of dwarfism. Read more…

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