Nose Camera And Eye Implants Help Blind Woman To See Again

Blindness first began creeping up on Barbara Campbell when she was a teenager, and by her late 30s, her eye disease had stolen what was left of her sight. Now, as part of a striking experiment, she can detect burners on her stove when making a grilled cheese, her mirror frame, and whether her computer monitor is on.

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