contact-lens-eye.jpgA team from the University of New South Wales in Sydney has harnessed the power of stem cells to improve the loss of vision caused by corneal disease.

They removed small samples of stem cells from the eyes of two men and a woman with corneal disease and grew them on a contact lens.

The groundbreaking operation brought significant improvements in vision within a matter of weeks. 

(Read more at the Daily Mail) 

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