Though they've always acknowledge small differences in identical twins, such as unique fingerprints, researchers have long believed that identical twins were genetically the same. But new research is unearthing small differences among identical twins...
The odds of triplets aren't exactly high to begin with, and the odds of identical triplets are even more unlikely -- 1 in 200 million, to be exact.
Nevertheless, Zoe, Kim and Amy, three identical baby girls, arrived yesterday -- conceived without fer...
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