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When Kate and Michael found out they were expecting identical twins, they were simply twice as joyful, twice as excited. But then they discovered their babies had a potentially fatal condition.
Kate’s little girls had twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome, which means one of the babies was supplying blood to the other. Their volumes of blood were imbalanced and both babies were in danger.
It was a terrifying time for Kate and Michael.
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