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  • Conjoined Twins - Contains high quality images and organized information on the different types, rare forms, how they are formed, ethics, and etymology.

  • Conjoined Twins Celebrate Five Years of Separation - Tiesha and Iesha Turner are developing normally, five years after their separation. They were born joined at the chest and abdomen, and separated at Texas Children's Hospital. (June 11, 1997)

  • Conjoined Twins International - A support group for families with conjoined twins. A fairly inactive group, but the site provides information and links.

  • Egyptian Twins - Mohamed and Ahmed Ibrahim, born in Egypt in 2001, are conjoined at the tops of their heads (craniopagus).

  • Horizon: Conjoined Twins - Pictures and a transcript of an interview with the conjoined Schappell twins, and the Krivoshylapova twins.

  • Separating Conjoined Twins - Analysis of whether it is permissible, under Jewish law, to sacrifice one twin to save the life of the other. By Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz, with reference to a linked responsum from Rabbi Moshe Feinstein. [Journal of Halacha and Contemporary Society]

  • Social History of Conjoined Twins - An essay detailing the histoyr of conjoined twins, with pictures and case studies.

  • The Hensel Twins - Information on Abby and Britty Hensel, conjoined twins living in the USA.

  • Twinstuff.com: Conjoined Twins - An essay on the types of conjoined twins, as well as pictures of some famous sets.

  • Types of Conjoined Twins - A breakdown of the types of conjoined twins, and what the types consist of.

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