Fri, March 20, 2009
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Conjoined twins wait for separation surgery

2009-03-20 03:34:24 GMT2009-03-20 11:34:24 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

The conjoined twins are treated at the provincial children's hospital in Changsha, central China's Hunan province, March 19, 2009. [Xinhua]

The conjoined twins are treated at the provincial children's hospital in Changsha, central China's Hunan province, March 19, 2009. The twin girls are conjoined by their bellies, sharing one umbilical cord when they were born three days ago in the Xinhua county of Loudi city, Hunan province, but they are in stable condition. [Xinhua]

The conjoined twins are treated at the provincial children's hospital in Changsha, central China's Hunan province, March 19, 2009. The twin girls are conjoined by their bellies, sharing one umbilical cord when they were born three days ago in the Xinhua county of Loudi city, Hunan province, but they are in stable condition. [Asianewsphoto]

Parents feed the conjoined twins at a hospital in Xinhua county in Loudi city, central China's Hunan province, March 18, 2009. The twin girls are conjoined by their bellies, sharing one umbilical cord when they were born three days ago in the Xinhua county of Loudi city, Hunan province, but they are in stable condition. [Asianewsphoto]

A doctor examines the conjoined twins at a hospital in Xinhua county in Loudi city, central China's Hunan province, March 18, 2009. The twin girls are conjoined by their bellies, sharing one umbilical cord when they were born three days ago in the Xinhua county of Loudi city, Hunan province, but they are in stable condition.[Ssianewsphoto]

The twin girls are conjoined by their bellies, sharing one umbilical cord when they were born three days ago in the Xinhua county of Loudi city, Hunan province, but they are in stable condition. The hospital will give them a thorough examination before a separation surgery.

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