The Miraculous Journey of Jaga and Kalia Despite an 80% Mortality Rate.NhuY

One of the two infants following ead separation surgery. Jaga and Kalia, two-year-old twins originally named Honey and Singh, have been joined at the head since birth and have an 80% chance of dying if not separated.

In March 2015, Pshpanjali Kanhar, a 25-year-old mother of two from the Indian state of Orissa, was tnned when she first saw her two newborn children together, something she had not anticipated

when she was pregnant. Even though the Orissa state government had vowed to assist them in every way possible, the family was forced to return home with their two children.

Two infants in the hours preceding dawn. On August 28 of this year, the first stage of the rery was performed by creating bridging blood vessels from the common blood vessels that convey blood from the eart to the ran. Dr. Swapneshwar Gadnayak, who participated in this study, stated,

Images of Fathers Seeing Their Beloved Children for the First Time and Feeling Infinite Love.NhuY

Unveiling the Boy’s Fascinating Condition and Captivating Skin.NhuY