Beating the Odds: The Second of Conjoined Twins Finally Goes Home

After almost 14 months in the hospital, Paislyn will be going home. Paislyn and her twin sister, Paisely, were conjoined by their abdomen until University of Minnesota Medical School doctors performed a groundbreaking surgery.

“I didn't think she would make it over a year. But we did. We made it further than that,” Paislyn’s mom, Paris Bryan said in an interview with Kare 11.

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