When conjoined twins Carmen and Lupita Andrade were born, doctors said they only had three days to live. The conjoined twins who are now 16, originally born in Mexico and now live in New Milford, Connecticut, defied those odds and lived far past doctors’ expectations. Health problems have emerged and placed the girls’ futures at risk, but they tell the Hartford Courant they don’t see the point in a surgery that could end up killing them.
“There’s the whole psychological situation,” Carmen says. “Because we’ve been so used to being together. I don’t think there’d be a point.”
The twin teenage girls were brought to the U.S. by their parents, who sought medical expertiRead More Conjoined twins, Carmen and Lupita Andrade refuse to be separated despite Doctor’s warning