Zimbabwean Surgeons Successfully Separate Conjoined Twins

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HARARE, Zimbabwe (AFP) – Zimbabwean surgeons have successfully separated conjoined twin babies, a first for the country’s down-at-heel health service and an achievement that has been hailed by President Robert Mugabe.

“The surgery went very well,” surgeon Bothwell Mbuwayesango who led the team of 50 medical personnel told AFP. “The babies are fine and are doing very well.”

The twin two-month-old babies were joined from the chest to the upper abdomen and shared a liver.

They were separated in an eight-hour operation at a state hospital in the capital Harare last week.

Surgical separations have been carried out for decades elsewhere, but with Zimbabwe’s state hospitals widely criticized for lacking vital equipment and drugs, politicians have jumped on this achievement.

Mugabe visited the twins and congratulated the all-local medical team who operated on the babies.

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  1. Thelma Williams on

    Score another for the Zimbabwean regime under the Honorable Robert Mugabe.I am proud and happy for the local team of doctors amy they continue to do gret work for their people.Mr.r.Mugabe has done well for the people of Zimbabwe .I don’t live ther and only can judge by outside news but i think he was right to not step down because he knew his replacement was only going to be a sell out.Let history show the improvement that has and will occur with his leadership.

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