• Conjoined twins thriving after surgery to separate them

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    MOORESVILLE, N.C. - Conjoined twins from Mooresville are thriving nearly five months after a long surgery to separate them.

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    Erin and Abby DeLaney, 15-month-old girls, were attached at the top of their heads.

    Their surgery, which was on June 6, took 11 hours, but it was a success. They were recently discharged from the hospital.

    The family said it is grateful to the team at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

     

     

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