Chilean Girl Hopes for Survival after Separation from Twin Sister

Stop Fundamentalism – After a surgical separation of the 10-months-old Chilean conjoined twins last Tuesday and the passing away of one of the twins, Maria Jose Paredes Navarrete, who died of complications following the surgery, Chilean Doctors are now optimistic for the other twin’s survival, said AP Wednesday.

Maria Paz, the second twin, woke up for the first time yesterday giving a positive sign to Doctors describing her condition as favorable.

The twins were separated in a 20 hour long surgery in a Chilean Hospital last Tuesday.

Chileans have closely followed news about the twin girls, with updates about their condition making online and newspaper headlines.

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