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Picture No 10005359
Date 1902
Description Siamese twins separated
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Radica and Doodica, Indian Siamese twins, who had to be separated because Doodica had tuberculosis. Doodica died soon afterwards. Then Radica contracted the disease as well, and died in 1903.
Source Le petit Journal 2 March 1902
Credit Mary Evans Picture Library
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Mary Evans Picture No 10005359 - Radica and Doodica, Indian Siamese twins, who had to be separated because Doodica had tuberculosis.  Doodica died soon afterwards. Then Radica contracted the disease as well, and died in 1903.

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