Woman who couldn’t stop growing dies
LAS VEGAS – A Las Vegas woman who had a rare disorder that made her continue to grow has died at 34.
The Associated Press reported Tanya Angus stood just over seven feet tall and weighed about 400 pounds when she died.
As a teen in Vegas she walked the fashion runways when she was just under six feet tall.
Angus suffered from acromegaly, the disorder that made it impossible for her to stop growing.
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