Lalit Patidar, a 13-year-old child from India with “werewolf” syndrome, is seen in the picture. Barcroft Media photo
A few parents told Global News 10 that they decided to see a doctor after noticing “hair growth in their childreο, especially oο the face.”
As a result, local authorities swiftly reported the prevalence of rare illnesses that affected many families.
Following reports of 13 instances of “werewolf disease,” with three additional cases confirmed, Spain’s pharmaceutical and health agency ordered
the recall of the first batch of potentially covalently modified mimetics last month. found earlier on this month.