Enzo's illness might see him lose his hair, weaken his bones and put him at risk of heart disease and stroke, while leaving him with a life expectancy of 13 years. Since he was diagnosed last year, Enzo has won the hearts of his carers at Warradale Community Children’s Centre who want the best for him.
Andrea Nicolas - 7News Adelaide on November 3, 2014
The parents of the only known Australian toddler with an extremely rare rapid aging condition hope a new overseas trial can help extend his life. Enzo Cornejo enjoys playtime like any other toddler, but in August, just three weeks before his third birthday, his family was shocked to find out he suffers progeria syndrome.