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These Conjoined Twins Weren’t Expected To Live But You Have To See Them Now

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When Rosie and Ruby Formosa were born joined at the abdomen, they weren’t expected to live long. Angela and Daniel Formosa were told their newborns’ chances were slim.In fact, they were given a 20 percent chance of survival. The conjoined twins shared part of their, requiring emergency surgery to separate them in 2012.But, they've come a really long way and you won't believe it![ad type="aboveimagead1"]
[caption id="attachment_69732" align="alignnone" width="624"]Credit: Angela Formosa Credit: Angela Formosa[/caption]
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Maria Lianos Carbone

Maria Lianos-Carbone is Publisher/Editor of amotherworld. Follow her on Twitter @amotherworld and @lifeandtravelca, and on Instagram @amotherworld.

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