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A world apart

They once shared the same body. Now the Mohamed twins share the joy of being able to live separate lives.

By Joseph P. Kahn
Globe Staff / July 6, 2004

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The patient, a 5-year-old named Hussein Mohamed from the United Arab Emirates, did what any boy his age might do prior to undergoing surgery at Boston's Children's Hospital. He played with Legos in the family waiting area, then tried to nap -- unsuccessfully -- with his mother crouched beside him in one corner of the room. When nurses wheeled Hussein ... (Full Article: 1770 Words)

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