Transcript for Doctors Prepare for Tricky Surgery to Separate Conjoined Twins
Switching gears, this is such a happy story, though, a medical miracle in the making. Conjoined twins born in April could soon have their own lives. Doctors have given the parents the terrific news that separating the girls is possible and they are optimistic both girls will be just fine. They are bundles of love types two and this morning the world is finally getting to meet knatalye hope and Adeline faith. I'm so happy. Just a miracle. Reporter: Born in April the born identical conjoined twins weighed 3 pounds each. Now tipping the scales at 10 pounds apiece doctors are preparing to surgically separate them by the end of the year. That's really just to give them time to grow and they definitely are growing so as long as they stay healthy, no other health problems come up. Our doctor has a 99% chance of surviving being okay being Normal. Reporter: But the surgery won't be easy. The sisters share a liver, diagram, perrycardial sack and intestines. They're joined at the abdomen and at the chest and they share a chest wall which is kind of tough because that's important to keep your lungs expanded and their chest wall doesn't work normally. They may share some lung. It's hard to tell. Reporter: Fighters from day one. Their families say knatalye hope and Adeline faith are going to be just fine. You can't have hope without faith and if we lost one we'd lose the other so they're not going nowhere.
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