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So Sad: Pennsylvania Couple’s Conjoined Twins Have Passed Away After They Refused To Separate Them

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Noooo! These little angels had a chance!

We previously told you the story of Andrew and Garrett Stancombe, conjoined twins that their parents chose not to separate from each other.

Well, we’re very sad to report that the two-month-old boys passed away on Tuesday. The duo shared a heart and liver with each other.

Parents Michelle Van Horne and Kody Stancombe held a funeral for their sons on Thursday, in Indiana, Pennsylvania.

Our thoughts are with the parents and their 22-month-old son as they deal with this tragic time.

[Image via CNN.]

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5 comments to “So Sad: Pennsylvania Couple’s Conjoined Twins Have Passed Away After They Refused To Separate Them”

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    As beautiful as the story was of the parents not wanting to separate the two twins, was it worth their lives? I'm sure their doctors told them how risky it was not to separate them.

  2. Nina says – reply to this


    @vanessa87 the twins shared a heart so there was no way of separating them

  3. mich says – reply to this


    They made right choice they had one heart how could anyone choose which one to let go if even worked i agree their decision

  4. @v@ says – reply to this


    If they were too weak or ill to survive even unseparated, the operation might surely have quickened the end. RIP little ones.

  5. Kathrynwitte says – reply to this


    Thank you for your sensitivity in this article. You said it beautifully. People should keep their comments to themselves at a time like this if they don't have anything nice to say.