Parents are pillars of strength for these rare disease patients

Aisha (in wheelchair) is more attached to her father Azhar (left), who showers her with affection. — AZHAR TALIB

Azhar Talib and Norliza Mohd Din were delighted when their fourth child was born in 2000.

Nur Lydia Afrina was a picture of contentment as she slept most of the time and never cried.

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