Siamese twins survive surgical separation

Wednesday, 03 June 2015

Two conjoined twins survived birth and separation! Hassan and Boubacar, Guinean Siamese twins, were successfully separated during intensive surgery last week at the Necker Hospital in Paris, France. They were born on 12 January at Donka University Hospital of Conakry in Guinea. Joined at the abdomen, they shared a common digestive organ system, liver and a piece of small intestine. The media followed the incredible journey of the two small babies and their mother, Fatoumata for months. 

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