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Today In Medical History – November 06

(2000) In England, Manchester, surgeons separated conjoined twin girls; One girl survived and the other girl passed away.

(2008) Human brain tissues were created by Japanese researchers from stem cells. This has raised new hopes for the treatment of disease.

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