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Sugar Cookie

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A 'two-headed' baby who was rescued as his father was having him buried alive will get a fresh start thanks to life-changing surgery.

Surgeons said the child, who has not been named, was born in Kashmir, India, with a second head growing out of his first.

Because of the abnormality, which was filled with dysfunctional brain matter, the father rejected the newborn and tried to have him buried.

But a grave digger in the town of Nowhatta raised the alarm after noticing movement and hearing a feeble cry as he lowered the baby into the ground.

Now the enormous 4.6lbs growth has been removed by neurosurgeons at the nearby Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, giving the child a new lease on life.

Dr Abdul Rashid Bhat, who operated on the baby, said: 'The 40-day-old was born with a head-on-head anomaly and was unacceptable to the family who attempted to bury him alive.

'The police service of Kashmir saved him and admitted him to the hospital. His condition was critically bad, so he was initially admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit.'

'He was discharged from the hospital within only a week of the operation and was seen once by the outpatient department.

'The child is expected to live normally if he does not manifest signs of any other anomaly in any other organ in future.'

According to local media, the father was arrested but later bailed by his brother.

The uncle has reportedly now adopted the child.

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VLGRDSPLY

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at first I was thinking 2 actual heads - and I was like feeding 2 mouths is expensive, cant balme him... BUT its an abnormality - kill this dude slowly (insert sarcasm for first half)
 

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JackBurton

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I thought these neanderthals view conjoined twins as God-like beings?

Family prob werent from a high enough caste for their mutant to be viewed in such regard.
 

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