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Carly Cares is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit corporation founded in 2013 whose mission is to benefit children with rare genetic diseases, including Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria.

3 days ago

Carly-Q

Happy FriYAY, Team Carly-Q! Make this weekend a great one.

LOVE ON! ❤️
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Happy FriYAY, Team Carly-Q! Make this weekend a great one. 

LOVE ON! ❤️

5 days ago

Carly-Q

Cards with Carly
Staying inside on snow days can be tough, but Carly likes to pass the time by playing games with friends and family - even if Go Fish is "The most terrible game in the entire world." 😉

How do you like to spend your snow days?
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Q, tell Meema it would be more fun if you and her made cookies!!

Playing video games on my Commodore-64.

Do you play Old Maids too,that’s fun😄

Lol! She is so precious!

😍😍😍 three of my most favorite people right there 💕💕

Napping

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7 days ago

Carly-Q

On April 21, 2011, Carly was diagnosed with Progeria at 10 months of age. At the time, Carly was the 80th known child living with Progeria in the world. Today, Carly is one of 124 identified children and experts estimate there are a total of about 300.

Learn more about Carly's journey with Progeria by visiting carlycares.org/about
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On April 21, 2011, Carly was diagnosed with Progeria at 10 months of age. At the time, Carly was the 80th known child living with Progeria in the world. Today, Carly is one of 124 identified children and experts estimate there are a total of about 300.

Learn more about Carlys journey with Progeria by visiting carlycares.org/about

1 week ago

Carly-Q

Well, I failed that vision test pretty solidly.
We ordered these pretty glasses in purple and will be wearing them full time. Maybe it will help with my reading resolution! 📚👓💁🏼‍♀️
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Well, I failed that vision test pretty solidly. 
We ordered these pretty glasses in purple and will be wearing them full time. Maybe it will help with my reading resolution! 📚👓💁🏼‍♀️

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Pretty darn cute Carly

You look fabulous 💜

It is so good to be able to see and look so adorable too..purple will be pretty!!

Glasses are just eye jewelry. Purple ones will be fantastic.

I love the glasses CarlyQ! It is so important to read books I order to learn about the world!

You will be R O C K I N G the purple ones! You will look fabulous! Now OUR glasses will be hitting instead of your head and my glasses when we hug!❤️❤️❤️❤️

Well I must say these glasses are Uber cute and stylish 💁🏼‍♀️ love it little sister!! 💕💜

You'll be matching tutu both of my pairs of glasses are purple!!

Purple glasses rock, Carly!!!💜

The purple will be your color! Rock those glasses pretty girl!

Lookin good lil lady!! Miss ya!! Hope school is going well!!

Awe what a beautiful girl💗 ur rocking those glasses

Your new glasses will ROCK in purple.

Pretty in pink (and purple)!

So cute--hope they work!!!

Well I think they are beautiful!

Very nice ..enjoy reading carly..

you are so cute!

You look fabulous!

Awww Carly! You flatter them!! 💪💪💪

Too cute!! So adorable!

You look beautiful Carly!!!

They looke so cute😍😍

Looking sassy!!

👀 love purple !!💜

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1 week ago

Carly-Q

There's so much to learn about Progeria! Did you know that the Progeria gene mutation impacts the body in multiple ways, many of which are similar to normal aging?

Kids with Progeria have diseases you would expect to see in people age 50 and older including: bone loss, hardening of the arteries, increasing weakening and breakdown of skeletal muscles, loss of fat under the skin and heart disease.

It’s interesting to note that kids with Progeria DO NOT experience some basic features of ageing such as deterioration of the nervous system, immune system deficits and increased susceptibility to cancer.

To learn more about Carly's Progeria journey visit: carlycares.org
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Theres so much to learn about Progeria! Did you know that the Progeria gene mutation impacts the body in multiple ways, many of which are similar to normal aging?

Kids with Progeria have diseases you would expect to see in people age 50 and older including: bone loss, hardening of the arteries, increasing weakening and breakdown of skeletal muscles, loss of fat under the skin and heart disease. 

It’s interesting to note that kids with Progeria DO NOT experience some basic features of ageing such as deterioration of the nervous system, immune system deficits and increased susceptibility to cancer.   

To learn more about Carlys Progeria journey visit: carlycares.org
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