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Video: How British Surgeons Separated Pakistani Twins Joined At The Head

Safa and Marwa, two little girls from Pakistan were born joined at the skull, and they’ve never been able to see each other faces.


They are known as craniopagus conjoined twins and it’s estimated this occurs in every 2.5 million births. Most do not live longer than a day, but Safa and Marwa have defied the odds and finally, they have been separated.

Watch the incredible journey that surgeons in the UK took to separate them:



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