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During our live telecast of the twin operation, we received over 1,000 emails from concerned people from all over the world. We have taken just a few of those comments for you to read
Posted on 16 Jan 2007
Final Report 10th December 2002
The siamese twin, Ahmed and Mohammed Rosli Abdulraheem left Riyadh safely on Wednesday 4th December 2002 for their home in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Posted on 09 Jan 2007
16 November 2002
The Malaysian Siamese twin Ahmed and Mohammed have experienced excellent progress. They are continuing with their physiotherapy and rehabilitation program using the artificial legs.
Posted on 09 Jan 2007
26 October 2002
The twin Ahmed and Mohammed continue to do well. They are taking their breakfast in the hospital garden and enjoy playing with each other.
Posted on 09 Jan 2007
19 October 2002
Ahmed and Mohammed the Malaysian Siamese conjoined twin who were separated at King Abdulaziz Medical City National Guard, Riyadh, by a multidisciplinary team headed by Dr Abdullah Al Rabeeah on Tuesday 17 September 2002, have done remarkably well. In less than a month they have recovered all of their systems back to normal.
Posted on 09 Jan 2007

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