Conjoined Twins

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Response to Dominus’ Article

In Susan Dominus’ article, “Could Conjoined Twins Share a Mind?” for the New York Times, we see a portrait of an American family with twins conjoined at the head. They are Krista and Tatiana Hogan, and they still act like other 4-year-olds despite their unusual condition. They were born to Felicia Simms, a mother of … Continue reading

“Could Conjoined Twins Share A Mind?” Response

The article “Could Conjoined TWins Share a Mind?” by Susan Dominus is about twin 4 1/2-year-old girls that are conjoined at the head, known as craniopagus. The passage discussed how the girls go about their daily lives by doing things such as picking up a crayon differently than most children, but also how they fight and … Continue reading

Response to Susan Dominus’ “Could Conjoined Twins Share a Mind?”

Krista and Tatiana Hogan are described by author Susan Dominus in her article “Could Conjoined Twins Share a Mind?” as being active, happy, loving four-year-old twins, but there is one thing that sets them apart from normal twins. Although the two girls have two separate bodies, they are connected at the head. Known scientifically as … Continue reading