Indian boy fighting aging disorder meets Asimo
Nihal Bitla is one of only four people in India known to have progeria, the genetic disorder that causes rapid aging. The 15-year-old Nihal, who loves robots, recently had a dream come true -- to meet Honda's Asimo humanoid robot.
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