by Hans Johnson

When Emily and Caitlin Copeland were found to be conjoined twins over 18 years ago, it was a grim prognosis for their mother Crystal. They were born joined at the chest sharing a liver, and their organs were discharging through only one of them. So their surgeon Dr. Kevin Lally decided to wait for them to grow and get stronger before separating them.

He did so when they were ten months old, and after a rocky start they grew up healthy and have just graduated as co-valedictorians from Houston’s Lutheran High North.



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