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New Study Reveals Hong Kong Baby Girl Born 'Pregnant' with Twin Fetuses

11 February 2015 10:15 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

A baby girl was born "pregnant" with twin fetuses, researchers say. The girl, who was born at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Hong Kong in 2010, was originally believed to have two tumors in her abdomen, according to a new report in the Hong Kong Medical Journal. But it turned out they were two fetuses instead. The fetuses were developed enough that they each had a spine, intestines, bones with bone marrow, "primitive" brain matter, an anus, a rib cage and an umbilical cord, the study reports. Of course, this isn't a case of Immaculate Conception. "Since it is impossible for the »

- Tara Fowler, @waterfowlerta

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New Study Reveals Hong Kong Baby Girl Born 'Pregnant' with Twin Fetuses

11 February 2015 10:15 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

A baby girl was born "pregnant" with twin fetuses, researchers say. The girl, who was born at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Hong Kong in 2010, was originally believed to have two tumors in her abdomen, according to a new report in the Hong Kong Medical Journal. But it turned out they were two fetuses instead. The fetuses were developed enough that they each had a spine, intestines, bones with bone marrow, "primitive" brain matter, an anus, a rib cage and an umbilical cord, the study reports. Of course, this isn't a case of Immaculate Conception. "Since it is impossible for the »

- Tara Fowler, @waterfowlerta

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