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H/E Dr. Abdullah Al Rabeeah holds a press conference during which he demonstrates the status of Polish Siamese Twins and their date of surgery

H/E Dr. Al Rabeeah, CEO, NGHA, Riyadh, Head of the Medical Team that would separate the Polish Siamese Twins Daria & Olga, stated that this new case would add a new challenge different from past surgeries since the current twins were conjoined at the spinal cord & pelvis, the matter which requires the intervention of a new specialty in the medical/surgical team. Faith in Allah and the capability of the medical team is great, however. Dr. Al Rabeeah added that the difficulty was in the conjoined nerves, being the Main or Sub-nerves, which would be identified during the coming days, such as MRI to bowls.

H/E stated that the twins' condition was good and all vital functions and indicators confirm the success of the surgery. Further, the basic tests related to examination of the systems and organs indicated that the twins were conjoined at their spinal cord, colon, and the pelvis. Moreover, the head of the team added that the surgery date would be specified during the press conference to be held by the surgical team. The team is expected to come to 25 physicians and technicians who would be all Saudi Nationals, supported by Expats in anesthesia & nursing. The surgery might last for approximately 12 hours. New specialty would be involved, i.e. Neurosurgery & Pediatric Surgery.


Mr. Sami L. Alshaalan, Director General of Public Relations & Media Affairs, SANG HA, stated that on Monday 27 / 12 / 004 ( 15 / 11 / 1425 ), a press Conference would be held during which Dr. Al Rabeeah, Team Head, would specify the date of separation surgery and the twins condition, at Dr. Sameer bin Huraib Auditorium, KAMC, at 13 : 00 hrs.


Mr. Alshalan added that the conference would be attended by many representatives from local, National and International Newspapers, National/International News Agencies, and a lot of TV Channels correspondents, particularly that this would be the 6 th separation surgery performed at KAMC and the 9 th on the Kingdom level.

Finally, Mr. Alshalan wished the polish Siamese Twins a successful surgery. .


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Polish Conjoined Twins
Daria & Olga Kolacs
The girls were born October 8th, 2003 at the Centrum Matki Polki Institute in Lodz, Poland.
Their bodies are connected for 15 cm, sharing a common spine, part of the large intestines and anus.

Both girls are of unique personalities; they sleep at different hours, play with deferent and even eat deferent meal. It even happens that as one of them decides to make fuss, the other enjoys a nap, sets quietly, or cries. Even so, as one of the girls has something in her hand, her sister automatically wants that too. In addition to this, it has become a frequent occurrence that they start fighting with each other, one sister hitting the other, usually over the head. Caution is of the at most importance, since “Daria” tends to grab her sister by hear. A side from the regular part of the growing up as siblings, both girls is developing wonderful with time, they got their first tooth, started fighting (as most children do), sitting and saying their first words. Olga tends to be the bigger of the two, but Daria appears to be the more curios type tying to sit more often and take her first steps. Unfortunately she is not very strong. In December, she had an inflammation of the lungs. In April, an inflammation of her airways where she experienced difficulty breathing and in August strip throat. With each passing day life becomes more challenging for them. Ogla has contortion of the legs and feet, crying often more from the pain. At night she wakes up to muscle spasms, where it is necessary to rub the pain away for at least a few minutes. And that wakes Dria up, who already has crooks from being joined to her sister. Ultimately, their conjoined bodies severely put pressure on their sensitive spine. It becomes harder to wash them, hold them, etc. there bed is already too small, their trolley too narrow. Their mother is barely able to keep knitting clothes for their changing bodies. All their clothes, especially pants, have to be ripped a part and sewed together to fit accordingly.

The only way to save their life is to carry out a complex procedure for separating them. One of the facilities offering this in Philadelphia is out of the question because of how expensive it would be (around$1.5 million dollar). Additionally, children's surgeon Lewis Spitz from The Institute of child Health in London also took an interest in helping the girls, but the likely hood of this operation being covered by the NFZ ( Polish health care system) is slim to none. Aside from the NFZ their mother and family are not able to financially support the procedure, which would come close to fifty thousand British Pound.

Our hope is that site will bring you closer to these little girls and will help bring in donations for giving them this life-saving operation.