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Doctors Owase Jeelani and David Dunaway have worked together for more than a decade at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Their latest operation, which made headlines last week, was their most challenging yet: separating conjoined twins Safa and Marwa over 50 gruelling hours. They tell Hilary Rose how they did it
The 1-year-old twins were separated in surgery lasting over 12 hours. “For the first time, the family can hold the babies separately,” a pediatric neurosurgeon at the hospital said.
Mr Noor ul Owase Jeelani is a world-renowned neurosurgeon, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. With a surgical career spanning 20 years, he is currently Consultant Paediatric Neurosurgeon at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), world leader in craniopagus twin separation, and Founder of Gemini Untwined.