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(KSL News) Six-month-old conjoined twins are back with their parents this morning, after spending a week at Primary Children's Medical Center.
A doctor put a tissue expanding implant into Avery and Allyson Clark, then kept them in the hospital to monitor how their skin reacted. Doctors hope to perform a separation surgery in a few weeks. The Clark girls are joined near the tail bone.
The family moved to Utah from California so they could have surgery at the same hospital where the Herrin twins were separated.