One of Taiwan’s first separated conjoined twins dies aged 42

Focus Taiwan
Date: 2019/02/01
By: Chiang Pei-ling and Chi Jo-yao

Chang Chung-jen

Taipei, Feb. 1 (CNA) One of Taiwan’s first conjoined twins, who was successfully separated from his brother 40 years ago, died of a brain hemorrhage Friday, according to his family.

Chang Chung-jen (張忠仁), the older of the conjoined twins, collapsed Thursday at work and died early the next morning, his family said.

In 1979, Chang and his brother Chang Chung-i (張忠義) were the first conjoined twins in Taiwan to be successfully separated.     [SOURCE]

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