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The twins stuck in Romania

The twins stuck in Romania

The first Romanian Siamese stuck in the head area were born in January 2004. Anastasia and Tatiana's parents needed $ 2 million to pay for separation at a clinic in America.

The first Romanian Siamese stuck in the head area were born in January 2004. Anastasia and Tatiana's parents needed $ 2 million to pay for separation at a clinic in America.
Although it has been announced in advance that the girls will share the same tissues and blood vessels in the head area, Dogaru's wife did not think for a moment to give up the pregnancy. After the birth, the girls remained admitted to a clinic in Rome for another two weeks.
The hope of separation came from a news story surrounding the planet: two Egyptian Siamese united in the head area had been successfully separated in the US. They identified the American doctor, sent him the x-rays of the little girls, asked for financial help where they could, and eventually the girls and parents left for Dallas.


From the latest information received about Anastasia and Tatiana, it turns out that the girls are still undergoing careful analysis before the operation. in Romania, the best known was the case of Linei and Gherghina Boaru, Siamese who were born in 1982 with almost a fifth of the common body. So much was done that the curious people from all over the country were queuing up and giving money to see the Siamese. After six months they were separated in Switzerland, and now they are living a normal life.
Seven years ago, Suzana Szabo from the Arad village of Peregu Mic gave birth to a pair of twins with glued breasts. Melinda and Izabela were separated at a clinic in Hungary.
Source: Freedom