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brown

I'll first thank God for the lifes of those twins,and to also thank him for those who are in concerned, may our almighty Gogd bless you all.How happy i am hearing such a good news in cameroon.Many thanks to the King ABDULLAH, Drs. Thomas and Edith.God is going to rewards you people.

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brown

I'll first thank God for the lifes of those twins,and to also thank him for those who are in concerned, may our almighty God bless you all.How happy i am hearing such a good news in cameroon.Many thanks to the King ABDULLAH, Drs. Thomas and Edith.God is going to rewards you people.

Brown from belgium

Jesco

GOD is really wonderful and it is soothing to know that people with a large heart still exist. God bless the twins.

While thanking the Post for giving us such details, they should take the pains to provide us with the appropriate vocabulary. These kind of twins are called siamese twins and not conjoined twins

Ashley

vocabulary!
I'm not an expert in English but I checked out the definition of conjoined and siamese. Both words can be used.
Conjoined Twins are monozygotic twins that do not fully separate from each other due to the incomplete division of the fertilized ovum. Also known as Siamese Twins.

DaDiceman

At the risk of sounding churlish, against the background of such a heartwarming story, why is the Cameroon government not able to pay for the medical care of its baby citizens? Is this not the same country whose president can easily afford almost monthly European holidays? Could the cost of one of his holidays not pay for the medical care these babies required? Who now foots the bill for the continuing care these babies require? Saudi Arabia?

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