Toddler Left With Three Legs After Being Separated From Conjoined Twin Arrives In U.s. For Surgery
A Little Girl From Panama Who Was Born As A Conjoined Twin Has Finally Arrived In The U.s. To Undergo Life-changing Surgeries.
Ana Paula, Almost 2, Was Separated From Her Sister When They Were 20 Days Old, KTLA Reported.
The Other Infant Did Not Survive The Operation, Which Took Place In Panama. Ana Paula Was Left With Three Legs And Other Internal Medical Problems.
Children of War Foundation's mission is to provide access to donated transformative surgical care to children living with a physical deformity or injuries that cannot be treated in their home country.
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