Two patients get eye stem cells transplanted to restore sight

Two people have had stem cells transplanted into their eyes as part of a clinical trial to restore their sight. The technique has been developed by Scottish specialists to reverse corneal blindness, and it is believed to be the first treatment of its kind in the UK.

View the original article here: Two patients get eye stem cells transplanted to restore sight – BBC News

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