Pregnant mother told her conjoined twins have just a 20% chance of survival moves 1,400 miles for care at a specialist hospital



A pregnant mother who discovered she was carrying conjoined twins relocated 1,400 miles away in a desperate attempt to keep them alive.
Chelsea Torres, 23, from Blackfoot, Idaho, was told in June that her babies were 'stuck together' during her three week scan.
Doctors revealed the chances of the twins surviving were slim and that her and her husband, Nick, 22, should consider abortion.
However, the parents refused to give up on the two little girls and moved to Houston, Texas to be closer to a specialist hospital.
And their determination paid off as medical scans revealed the girls, named... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Health, Views: 34
Source: Daily Mail
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