Rare Age Reversing Disease

Two brothers have developed a bizarre age-reversing disease which has caused them to behave like children again. Matthew, 39, and Michael Clark, 42, both had jobs and were able to have normal relationships until their mannerisms became more and more childlike – just like in the film the Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Ex RAF regiment Michael is now estimated to have a mental age of 10 and is said to giggle constantly.

Two brothers have developed a bizarre age-reversing disease which has caused them to behave like children again. Matthew, 39, and Michael Clark, 42, both had jobs and were able to have normal relationships until their mannerisms became more and more childlike - just like in the film the Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Ex RAF regiment Michael is now estimated to have a mental age of 10 and is said to giggle constantly.

Two brothers have developed a bizarre age-reversing disease which has caused them to behave like children again. Matthew, 39, and Michael Clark, 42, both had jobs and were able to have normal relationships until their mannerisms became more and more childlike - just like in the film the Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Ex RAF regiment Michael is now estimated to have a mental age of 10 and is said to giggle constantly.

Two brothers have developed a bizarre age-reversing disease which has caused them to behave like children again. Matthew, 39, and Michael Clark, 42, both had jobs and were able to have normal relationships until their mannerisms became more and more childlike - just like in the film the Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Ex RAF regiment Michael is now estimated to have a mental age of 10 and is said to giggle constantly.

Two brothers have developed a bizarre age-reversing disease which has caused them to behave like children again. Matthew, 39, and Michael Clark, 42, both had jobs and were able to have normal relationships until their mannerisms became more and more childlike - just like in the film the Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Ex RAF regiment Michael is now estimated to have a mental age of 10 and is said to giggle constantly.