They are healthy, happy and looking forward to a promising future with dreams of Oxbridge.
It is a far cry from the terrible uncertainty Zainab and Jannat Rahman faced when they were born – joined at the chest and liver.
Doctors had told their parents to consider aborting the conjoined twins, giving them a one in a million chance of survival.
But the sisters defied the odds, and have now just celebrated their 16th birthdays
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