Conjoined Twins Beat Odds And Survive Surgical Separation

 

 

Wearing her protective pink helmet, Rital Gaboura looks as if she is ready to enjoy a cycling trip with her parents.

But Rital and her twin Ritag are on an entirely different kind of journey.

 

 

Just four months ago, the sisters were successfully separated by a team of British doctors at Great Ormond Street after being born joined at the head.

Rital Gaboura with her laser-designed pink helmet. She and her sister Ritag survived an operation to separate them after they were born joined at the head

The girls beat odds of ten million to one to survive – and are now thriving thanks to the special helmets they wear 23 hours a day to correct their head shape

How the Mail on Sunday reported the twins’ surgery

They beat odds of ten million to one to survive – and are now thriving thanks to the special helmets they wear 23 hours a day to correct their head shape.

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