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    Default MSNBC story- Baby with second head and arms has operation. (no joke)

    No joke here. Click on the link-

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6998205/

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    That story really gave me the creeps for some reason. I mean, that little face on the extra head was so cute, and they just wacked it off. I know there wasn't any other alternative, but how awful for the family. I can't even imagine. Nature can be cruel.

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    "The head that was removed from Manar had been capable of smiling and blinking but not independent life, doctors said."

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    I can't begin to imagine how the parents felt when the baby entered the world and they saw her for the first time. What a shock. Even if it showed up on ultrasound, to see it would be...well I just can't imagine it.
    I hope all continues to go well post-surgically for this little girl and her parents.

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    Try a search on "fetus in fetu" sometime.

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