Ghana government to take care of expense of siamese twins detachment medical procedure
By xinhuanet.com - Jul 6, 2021
The Ghanaian government offered to take care of the all out expense of a medical procedure to isolate three-month-old conjoined twins, the country's administration reported Monday.
The choice was made after the twins' mom Rebecca Bansah requested assist with enduring month for the pair to go through a detachment technique, while specialists assessed that the complete expense could be about 3.0 million Ghana cedis (around 508,000 U.S. dollars).
"The president considers the to be as a chance to save lives and help the group of the twins," Osei-Opare said, approaching all Ghanaians to give them good and profound help.
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