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"If you put a soother in one mouth, then they both stop crying," McKay said.
There will be a lot of hand-holding over the next few months as doctors, ethicists and the babies' families look at what kind of life these girls can hope to have.
"Is there a chance that these two babies could live a life conjoined?" Dr. Jeff Blackmer, executive director of the office of ethics for the Canadian Medical Association, asked rhetorically. "Or, given those facts, then sometimes people have to start making the decision: do we separate the conjoined twins and if we do what are the possible outcomes?"[/b]