Craniopagus twins Jaga and Balia of Odisha, India, were separated in a 16-hour second phase of surgery last week.
Craniopagus twins Jaga and Balia of Odisha, India, were separated in a 16-hour second phase of surgery last week. Twitter user @fpjindia Twitter screenshot
Craniopagus twins Jaga and Balia of Odisha, India, were separated in a 16-hour second phase of surgery last week. Twitter user @fpjindia Twitter screenshot

It took 30 doctors 16 hours to separate these twins. Now they fight for life

November 01, 2017 04:54 PM

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