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her is much more active. "And sure enough, Julie slept through most of the celebration while her sister was wide awake and taking it all with a detachment bordering on outright indifference. Siamese twins occurs in one in every 500,000 births and Applebaum acknowledged that such births also have a 75% mortality rate, primarily depending on how and where they are joined. And parents Milly and Dennis Cline of Chino admitted that they found time passing slowly during the 3 1/2 hour operation. But Applebaum said he was able to give the Clines "some assurance," of success before the operation. "And now," he said, "we can give Adidas Superstar Girls them full assurance!"The twins' elder sisters, Susan, 7, and Laura, 3, each picked up and held their tiny sisters during the going home party, kissing them on their foreheads and hugging them as if they were dolls. Milly Cline knew she was carrying twins in December, but did not learn that they were conjoined (a condition commonly referred to as Siamese twins) until January.
She said she was frightened when she first heard the news, but her religious faith left her "very much at peace. ""We don't believe in abortion," said her husband, a furniture repairman. "We believed the girls deserved a chance. . . .