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The twin girl experiences the same pains as her sister with cancer, but she does not have cancer

Throughout human history, there have been many rumors surrounding twins (especially identical ones).

Some said that they could know what the other twin was doing, even when they were far apart, and that if one twin experienced pain, the other felt those pains too.

The Nazi sadistic doctor Josef Mengele, who performed horrific experiments on twins in the Auschwitz concentration camp, tried to test these claims by torturing one twin and observing the reaction of the other, who was kept in an isolated room.

It is unknown what results Mengele achieved, but stories about the unusually close bond between twins, including a mental one, still circulate.

From time to time, stories emerge in the press about the strange behavior of twins, fueling these tales and convincing more and more people to believe in them.

One such story recently came from Scotland. In October 2017, 17-year-old Sophie Walker was diagnosed with a rare kidney tumor, and she is still undergoing treatment in an attempt to fight the disease after three remissions.

Her identical twin sister, Megan Walker, does not have any tumor, but she claims to experience the same pains as her sister. In particular, she has pain in the same spot on her back where her sister’s diseased kidney is located.

After Sophie was first diagnosed, she began experiencing spasms similar to stomach cramps, and Megan immediately started experiencing similar symptoms. Then it happened again with abdominal and back pains. Later, Megan began to pale, just like her sister, and she began to lose weight.

“People constantly say how ill she looks—she’s even become paler than her sister. But Megan has had all the tests done, and she is absolutely fine. It’s so strange,” says Rebecca Walker, the girls’ mother.

The sisters’ parents try not to despair, but doctors have already told them that they will not offer Sophie new treatment methods, including experimental ones. So now they are raising money for surgery in another country.

“Sophie and Megan are so close, they’re almost synchronous—as if one person has split into two. How would Megan live without Sophie? We worry not only about Sophie but also about Megan,” says Rebecca Walker.

Unfortunately, journalists did not provide more details about the unusually close bond between Sophie and Megan, including whether they felt each other’s actions or pains before Sophie was diagnosed with cancer.


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