With A Chemical Injection, Blind Mice Can See

Jul 26, 2012 by

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An injection of a specific chemical directly into the eyes can temporarily restore sight in blind mice, suggesting a new therapy for people with vision loss, a new study says. The researchers who discovered the chemical capability are working on an improved version that could someday work in humans.

With A Chemical Injection, Blind Mice Can See

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