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Conjoined twins born in Central China

2008-11-06 08:26:16 GMT2008-11-06 16:26:16 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

Four-day-old conjoined twin boys lie in a bed at the Children’s Hospital in Zhengzhou, capital of Central China’s Henan Province, November 5, 2008. The twins are joined from their chests down to the bellybutton, but they are in stable condition. The hospital will further examine the twins to see whether they share any organs and how to separate them.[CFP]

Four-day-old conjoined twin boys lie in a bed at the Children’s Hospital in Zhengzhou, capital of Central China’s Henan Province, November 5, 2008. The twins are joined from their chests down to the bellybutton, but they are in stable condition. The hospital will further examine the twins to see whether they share any organs and how to separate them.[CFP]

Four-day-old conjoined twin boys lie in a bed at the Children’s Hospital in Zhengzhou, capital of Central China’s Henan Province, November 5, 2008. The twins are joined from their chests down to the bellybutton, but they are in stable condition. The hospital will further examine the twins to see whether they share any organs and how to separate them.[CFP]

A surgeon examines four-day-old conjoined twin boys at the Children's Hospital in Zhengzhou, capital of Central China's Henan Province, November 5, 2008. The twins are joined from their chests down to the bellybutton, but they are in stable condition. The hospital will further examine the twins to see whether they share any organs and how to separate them.[CFP]

Four-day-old conjoined twin boys lie in a bed at the Children’s Hospital in Zhengzhou, capital of Central China’s Henan Province, November 5, 2008. The twins are joined from their chests down to the bellybutton, but they are in stable condition. The hospital will further examine the twins to see whether they share any organs and how to separate them.

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