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Man loses his sight while going through several misdiagnoses

A man sought treatment after suffering eye problems. He was misdiagnosed with cataracts, optic neuropathy and has had Lasik surgery. None of these diagnoses helped to stop the deterioration of his sight. He is now blind in one eye and has very little sight in the other.

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About: Man loses his sight while going through several misdiagnoses

Date: 4 October 2004

Source: St Petersburg Times

Author: Stephen Hegarty, Erik Jacobs

URL: http://www.sptimes.com/2004/10/04/Citrus/Clear_mind__fading_wo.shtml

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