Conjoined twins attached at the FOREHEAD are set to be separated -despite a risk of one or both dying during the operation | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Conjoined twins attached at the FOREHEAD are set to be separated -despite a risk of one or both dying during the operation

Joy and Joyce Magsino, 10, were born with angular frontal partial craniopagus
New images show twins in hospital in the Philippines in preparation for surgery
Doctors said a separation is possible but involves a costly, risky operation
The procedure costs £75,000, but the girls' father only earns £6 a day as a porter
His wife emigrated in order to work, leaving the girls in the care of their relatives
It is not clear how the family have managed to pay for the cost of the separation
The girls are hard to control as they wish to be separated but are still 'playful'

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