DR. MINNIE BODHANWALA: This case of Love and Prince was a complicated case and it’s good to see that both the children who could not move, they’re able to walk without support. COMM: Twins, Love and Prince were born sharing a liver, bladder, intestines and a pelvic bone. DR. MINNIE BODHANWALA: Initially the hospital started with just 50 beds. Today we have 550 beds where we have the world’s largest NICU of 155 beds. DR. SHAKUNTALA PRABHU: It was very challenging, complicated. I was a part of the team which evaluated them. It took almost a month for a complete evaluation of all their internal organs. COMM: It took 12 hours of complex surgery to separate the conjoined twins. DR. SHAKUNTALA PRABHU: Fortunately everything went on well, and now almost a year now, we are following up with them and they are perfectly normal healthy children. It’s a proud moment for us to take up such challenging cases and give them a normal life. DR. MINNIE BODHANWALA: This is the third case being operated by the same team. The first case maybe around 30 years back. The same team did same type of surgery five years back, a separation of a conjoined twins, which were girls.