New Eyes

How a doctor helped blinded Taiwainese see again

New Eyes In Taiwan thousands of people are blinded by chemicals every year. Most need corneal transplants, but these are in short supply. So one Taiwanese doctor is growing them instead.
Victim of a vicious acid attack, one Taiwanese man's eyes were badly damaged, leaving him unable to resume his computer work. Now, corneal transplants are giving him a new way forwards. Doctor Chai was developed a new way of growing corneas, giving sight to those who thought they would never see again.

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