Conjoined Twins in Stable Condition After Life-Saving Surgery

The 11-month-old girls from Uganda were separated at a hospital in Columbus, Ohio.
0:36 | 09/09/15

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To formally conjoined twins are said to be in stable condition right now at a hospital in Columbus, Ohio the eleven month old sisters and their mother from conduct. They were born joined at the head and were separated during sixteen hours of surgery last week doctors say as they recovered each of them should be able to walk. We are very pleased that they had every opportunity now to achieve a normal life. Here's something you don't hear about off and surgeons used a 3-D printer to map out the operation before to place the girls are still in intensive care unit. After they recover it. They face some less complicated opt for actions.

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