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Bhutanese conjoined twins successfully separated in marathon surgery

Surgeons in Australia separated the conjoined twins from Bhutan in a life-changing operation. The 15-month-old girls, Nima and Dawa Pelden, had been joined at the torso and shared a liver. Two teams of about 18 specialists took part in the procedure at Melbourne’s Royal Children’s Hospital. Lead surgeon Dr. Joe Crameri said the surgery was successful and the twins were “doing very well”.

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