Unborn twins with life-threatening illnesses undergo life-saving surgery in their mother’s womb

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Once the procedure had begun, it was clear that the “recipient” fetus, whom the Swanson named Ruby, was in serious danger of cardiac arrest. “I could see Ruby’s heart rate on the screen,” Lauren Swanson said. “I saw his heart barely beat.” As Dr. Stephenson explains on the Charlotte Fetal Care Center website, the process is complex. “The only way to really relieve the baby’s heart that is not working is to separate the vascular system.”

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