Skip to comments.Chinese twins born in single body with 2 heads
Posted on 05/09/2011 11:18:40 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
BEIJING (AP) -- A hospital in southwestern China says conjoined twin baby girls with a single body and two heads have been born at its facility.
A staffer surnamed Wang at Suining City Central Hospital in Sichuan province says the girls were born Thursday.
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No pics, please.
It’s happened two or three times in the past, that I can recall.
Chinese officials are still pondering if it violates the ONE CHILD policy.
It’s not easy to make me cry.
Abby and Brittany Hensel are the same way, with each girl controlling her half of the conjoined body. The miracle is that they are so well coordinated with each other that they can walk, swim and even drive a car. They have things well worked out. Neither could do alone what the two of them can do together.
and japans fukishima nuke plant blamed in 220.127.116.11....
Doctors say it is impossible to separate them — so don’t.
These girls will never know any other type of life except being together. Just love them. God made them this way for a reason.
And pray tell what that reason would be ???
That brings new meaning to the phrase “think twice”.
Oh, God, I kill us!
Very sad for these girls. The article makes it sound like the parents don’t want them. I don’t think these girls will have much of a life, if any, since they are in China.
Prayers for the child and the family.
About 20 years ago, a two-headed baby was born in a hospital in my county. There was absolutely no publicity. The only reason I knew was that a co-workers father worked at the hospital, saw the baby, and told her. The baby was sent to Philadelphia Children’s Hospital.
Well, twin2, it is another abnormal twin topic. It makes me feel quite normal now.
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