Conjoined Twins Arrive Home After Defying Odds

Parents of the Pennsylvania newborns will not have them separated because of surgical risks.
1:13 | 04/25/14

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Beating the odds in the set of conjoined twins born two weeks ago today in suburban Pittsburgh. Andrew and Garrett stand -- are conjoined from the breast bone to the waist and they. Faced an overall survival rate of just five to 25%. They share -- heart and deliver an apparently an unbreakable bond. Silver added -- -- now is and that they're. Both. Graham years. Or though it pocono -- in the. -- parents found out in late September that they were conjoined but they say they have no plans to separate the -- and because doing so is to medically risky and eventually doctors have told them they could lose one or. Both of their baby boys if they do separated -- so cute says the mother quote the best to keep them together they were born together they can stay together I think -- would hurt us to lose one. And have the other down. Ecstasy while they're gonna start coming pretty soon once they hit about two months all has been this mild start and there are just so adorable there will be the -- with a crack each other up I one lap Allen left Seattle on. Biggest bet yeah hey dad and older brother his name is -- -- he's 23 months old.

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