vsToby McCasker wrote:All six subjects suffered from a rare cataract disorder in both eyes, but at the end of the experiment, all of them showed a measurable improvement in their eyesight.
AFP wrote:children born with a rare cataract disorder in both eyes that required surgery and corrective contacts. As these children grew to adults, their vision improved but never reached 20/20, and they showed some deficits in face perception, sharpness, direction of motion, peripheral and binocular vision.
vsToby McCasker wrote:Some even reached 20/20 vision, whereas prior to the research they had been sitting at 20/32 or even 20/100
AFP wrote:Five of the six showed improvement in their vision, each moving closer to 20/20 from baseline ranges of 20/32 to 20/100
GeneralSeed wrote:Or maybe I'm just getting old and losing my mad skillz.
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