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PERU
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May 11, 2006 
Two-month-old Peruvian baby Daniel Martinez is examined by doctor Luis Rubio at Hospital De La Solidaridad... 
Lima, Peru 
Peruvian baby Martinez is examined by a doctor at a hospital in Lima 
Two-month-old Peruvian baby Daniel Martinez is examined by doctor Luis Rubio at Hospital De La Solidaridad in Lima May 9, 2006. Martinez was born with a rare congenital malformation known as phocomelia, characterized by the incomplete development of his limbs, said Rubio, the surgeon who will lead the baby's treatment and who became known for successfully treating another Peruvian child, Milagros Cerro, nicknamed the "little mermaid," who was born with sirenomelia, or the mermaid syndrome. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares 
PERU
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May 11, 2006 
Two-month-old Peruvian baby Daniel Martinez is examined by doctor Luis Rubio (L) and an assistant at... 
Lima, Peru 
Peruvian baby Martinez is examined by a doctor at a hospital in Lima 
Two-month-old Peruvian baby Daniel Martinez is examined by doctor Luis Rubio (L) and an assistant at Hospital De La Solidaridad in Lima May 9, 2006. Martinez was born with a rare congenital malformation known as phocomelia, characterized by the incomplete development of his limbs, said Rubio, the surgeon who will lead the baby's treatment and who became known for successfully treating another Peruvian child, Milagros Cerro, nicknamed the "little mermaid," who was born with sirenomelia, or the mermaid syndrome. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares 
PERU
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May 09, 2006 
Two-month-old Peruvian baby Daniel Martinez is examined by doctor Luis Rubio at a hospital in Lima May... 
Lima, Peru 
Peruvian baby Martinez is examined by a doctor at a hospital in Lima 
Two-month-old Peruvian baby Daniel Martinez is examined by doctor Luis Rubio at a hospital in Lima May 9, 2006. Martinez was born with a rare congenital malformation known as phocomelia, characterized by the incomplete development of his limbs, said Rubio, the surgeon who will lead the baby's treatment and who became known for successfully treating another Peruvian child, Milagros Cerro, nicknamed the "little mermaid," who was born with sirenomelia, or the mermaid syndrome. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares 
SIAMESE TWINS COSTA RICA
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July 10, 2002 
Costa Rican Kristhel Brenes, sister of the Siamese twins, attends their
funeral ceremony in Alajuelita,... 
San Jose, Costa Rica - Republic of 
KRISTHEL BRENES SISTER OF THE SIAMESE TWINS ATTENDS THEIR FUNERAL. 
Costa Rican Kristhel Brenes, sister of the Siamese twins, attends their
funeral ceremony in Alajuelita, near San Jose, July 10, 2002. The
Siamese twins died of respiratory problems, after they exceeded all the
medical expectations surviving two months after their birth. The
children were born united by the thorax shared the same heart with
multiple congenital malformations. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

JCU 
SIAMESE TWINS COSTA RICA
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July 10, 2002 
Costa Rican Jose Antonio Brenes and Maria Carranza carry the casket
with the bodies of their Siamese... 
San Jose, Costa Rica - Republic of 
BRENES AND CARRANZA PARENTS OF THE SIAMESE TWINS CARRIE THE CASKET
DURING THE FUNERAL. 
Costa Rican Jose Antonio Brenes and Maria Carranza carry the casket
with the bodies of their Siamese twin daughters during the funeral
ceremony in Alajuelita near of San Jose, July 10, 2002. The Siamese
twins died of respiratory problems, after they exceeded all the medical
expectations and means surviving two months since their birth. The
children were born united by the thorax and sharing a same heart with
multiple congenital malformations. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

JCU 
SIAMESE TWINS COSTA RICA
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July 08, 2002 
Costa Rican siamese twins Maria de los Angeles y Maria del Milagro
Brenes, are seen in this file photo... 
San Jose, Costa Rica - Republic of 
COSTA RICAN SIAMESE TWINS ARE SEEN IN THIS FILE PHOTO. 
Costa Rican siamese twins Maria de los Angeles y Maria del Milagro
Brenes, are seen in this file photo when they were rest in their house,
on July 8, 2002. The Siamese twins died of respiratory problem, on July
9, after they exceeded all the medical expectations surviving two
months since their birth. The children were born united by the thorax
and sharing a same heart with multiple congenital malformations.
REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

JCU 
SIAMESE TWINS COSTA RICA
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July 08, 2002 
Costa Rican Jose Antonio Brenes kisses his siamese twin daughters Maria
de los Angeles y Maria del Milagro... 
San Jose, Costa Rica - Republic of 
COSTA RICAN BRENES KISSES HIS SIAMESE TWIN DAUGHTERS DURING AN
INTERVIEW WITH REUTERS. 
Costa Rican Jose Antonio Brenes kisses his siamese twin daughters Maria
de los Angeles y Maria del Milagro Brenes, at his house in San Jose in
this photo taken July 8, 2002. The Siamese twins died of respiratory
problems on July 9, after they exceeded all medical expectations by
surviving two months after their birth. The children were born united
by the thorax and shared the same heart with multiple congenital
malformations. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

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SIAMESE TWINS COSTA RICA
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July 08, 2002 
Costa Rican siamese twins Maria de los Angeles y Maria del Milagro
Brenes, rest at house in San Jose,... 
San Jose, Costa Rica - Republic of 
COSTA RICAN SIAMESE TWINS REST AT THEIR HOUSE. 
Costa Rican siamese twins Maria de los Angeles y Maria del Milagro
Brenes, rest at house in San Jose, July 8, 2002. Costa Rican doctors
continue to monitor the siamese twins, after they have surpassed all
medical expectations by surviving two months since their birth. The
children were born united by the thorax and sharing a same heart with
multiple congenital malformations, while the doctors have discarded the
operation to separate them. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

JCU 
SIAMESE TWINS COSTA RICA
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July 08, 2002 
Costa Rican Jose Antonio Brenes kisses his siamese twin daughters Maria
de los Angeles y Maria del Milagro... 
San Jose, Costa Rica - Republic of 
COSTA RICAN BRENES KISSES HIS SIAMESE TWIN DAUGHTERS DURING AN
INTERVIEW WITH REUTERS. 
Costa Rican Jose Antonio Brenes kisses his siamese twin daughters Maria
de los Angeles y Maria del Milagro Brenes, at his house in San Jose
during an interview with Reuters, July 8, 2002. Costa Rican doctors
continue to monitor the siamese twins, after they have surpassed all
medical expectations by surviving two months since their birth. The
children were born united by the thorax and sharing a same heart with
multiple congenital malformations, while the doctors have discarded the
operation to separate them. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

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