Today’s Solutions: July 20, 2024

Scientists in the UK have managed to restore the vision of people suffering from choroideremia, the most common form of inherited blindness. By injecting patients with a virus containing a lacking gene into the rear of their eyes, patients were able to experience significant gains in their vision. Out of 14 patients, 12 showed signs of improved or maintained vision since having the injection, some as long as five years ago.

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