More Than 400 Strangers Show Up to Minnesota Girl's Birthday Party After Facebook Invite Goes Viral
More than 400 strangers showed up to Mackenzie Moretter’s 10th birthday party this past Saturday at a park in Shakopee, Minnesota , after all the girls originally invited cancelled last minute or never RSVP’d. Mackenzie’s mother, Jenny Moretter, told ABC News today that her daughter has Sotos
Tyra Banks on Being 'Too Thin' and 'Too Big'
Tyra Banks, who knows the pain of being called “too fat,” revealed that she was once teased for being “too thin.” “The summer I turned 11 years old, I lost 30 lbs. and I had a growth spurt,” the 40-year-old former supermodel told People. “And...
Nevada Woman Has Hope in Battle Against Gigantism
Tanya Angus is making progress with drug treatment for Acromegaly, a rare pituitary disorder.
WWE Star Great Khali's Growth-Inducing Tumor Removed
Complications Loom After Condition Left Untreated for Years During Wrestler's Time in WWE
World's Tallest Man Stops Growing
The World’s Tallest Man has stopped growing, thanks to researchers at University of Virginia Medical Center. At 8-feet-3-inches, Sultan Kosen, 29, of Turkey measures in as the Guinness Book of World Records’ tallest man. He suffers from acromegaly, a chronic metabolic disorder that causes too ...
Hope for Tanya Angus
Angus has mentally 611 and 344. Pounds. Last saw her she was undergoing treatments that slow down growth. But hasn't stopped it everything in my body is tomorrow averaged. This month doctors ordered her medication levels. Bumped up. They have to go above and beyond what a normal. remained patient
Tanya Angus Takes Giant Step in Uncontrolled Growth
One of the Worst Cases of Gigantism in the World, Las Vegas Woman Takes Heavy Dose of Meds That May Be Working
World's Tallest Man Gets Radiation to Zap Growth
Sultan Kosen wants what many other 27-year-old men want in life -- to meet a wonderful woman, settle down and have a family. But before he can focus on that, he's focusing on putting a stop to his increasing height. He is more than eight feet tall and is considered by Guinness World Records to be
No Surgery for Woman with Gigantism
Doctors tell Tanya Angus that a potentially lifesaving surgery is too dangerous.
The Pain of Battling Gigantism
Tanya Angus dreads a fourth surgery to remove the tumor causing her acromegaly.