‘I’m to blame, I don’t make enough’: low-income parents of conjoined twins in China seeking help with medical bills attacked for skipping prenatal tests

The parents of newborn conjoined twin boys in China who were recently surgically separated are under fire for skipping some prenatal tests to save money.

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