Groundbreaking surgery could save the sight of thousands

published 3 days ago by ABC News and Current Affairs

Almost half a million Australians are affected by an eye condition called Fuchs' dystrophy and it can lead to blindness if it goes untreated. In the past, a corneal transplant was the only solution, but now a Sydney specialist has developed an alternative, and it could be a game changer around the world.

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