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The Sandovals have upended their lives as they prepare for upcoming surgery to separate 2-year-olds Eva and Erika, siblings who are fused from the chest down. Doctors say the conjoined twins face a 30 percent chance of one or both not surviving. Manny Crisostomo The Sacramento Bee

Prayers and well wishes follow news of conjoined twins’ successful separation

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