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Costa Rica’s first sextuplets born

The sextuplet’s father, Juan Francisco González, and doctors who participated in the birth confirmed that both the mother and the babies were in good condition even though they required specialized attention because they were born premature and underweight.

Fifth of Costa Rica sextuplets dies following surgery

Gabriel González, the youngest of Costa Rica’s first set of sextuplets, who were born premature in May, died Saturday night in San José’s Hospital de la Mujer.

Fourth of Costa Rica’s sextuplets dies of infection

Only two of Costa Rica's sextuplets, Gabriel and Valentina, remain struggling for their lives after second-born Tomás died of an infection Monday at dawn.

Third of Costa Rica’s sextuplets dies from organ failure

Gabriel, Tomás and Valentina, the three surviving infants, all remain in serious condition.

Second of Costa Rica’s sextuplets dies from respiratory complications

Emma, the oldest of the six premature babies, died from respiratory complications, according to Hospital México, where the birth took place, reported TV Channel 7 News.

Costa Rica expecting conjoined twins — four sets of them

Four women in Costa Rica are currently pregnant with conjoined twins, an extremely rare coincidence in a small country.

Costa Rica’s sextuplets drive regulation of fertility treatments

New guidelines proposed by the Human Fertility Commission have been approved to increase the chances of having a single baby rather than multiples through artificial insemination to 90 percent.

One of Costa Rica’s sextuplets dies

Diego, who weighed just 988-grams, was born with his five other siblings Sunday evening after only 28 weeks. He died Wednesday after his lungs failed.

Conjoined twins born at San José hospital

The twin girls are the first of four sets of conjoined twins expected to be born in Costa Rica in the coming months.

Minister Seeks Help in Drug War

GOLFITO, Puntarenas – As cocaine smugglers bombard Costa Rican waters with load after powdery load, Public Security Minister Fernando Berrocal is looking to the...

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