'My skin is too tight for my body'
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Life with rare genetic skin disorder lamellar ichthyosis

Nisha Lobo suffers from a rare genetic skin disorder. When she was a week old her parents abandoned her at an orphanage in Bengaluru in the southern Indian state of Karnataka.

No-one wanted to adopt a baby with such special needs, but a doctor working there decided to welcome Nisha into her family.

To hear Nisha’s full story, listen to the BBC World Service podcast, Kalki presents My Indian life.

  • 05 Dec 2019
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