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Conjoined twins are incredibly rare, occurring about once in every 200,000 live births. These twins were seen on a medical mission trip. They were known to be conjoined in advance of their birth, and were delivered healthy via cesarean. To find out which types of conjoined twins are most common and learn more about this case, view this image on Figure 1.

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