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New eyes with Dr. Verdier II

The evaluation of the cataracts

By Emma Palova

EW Emma’s Writings

Note: This is the second part in the mini-series about Emma Palova’s journey from near blindness to new eyes with 20/20 vision. 488 more words

Emma Palova Blog On Word Press

Edmonton midwife gives birth to healthy baby months after life-changing surgery

Watch above: Chantal, a local midwife who was diagnosed with a rare eye cancer while she was eight weeks pregnant, has had her baby.

EDMONTON — A well-known Edmonton midwife has given birth to a beautiful baby boy, just months after going through life-changing surgery in hopes of keeping a rare form of eye cancer from affecting him. 141 more words


Compartmentalizing for Sanity

Having two cancers makes you really good at compartmentalizing. Your brain transforms itself into one of those old timey apothecaries, filled with hundreds of tiny drawers and bottles with stoppers. 799 more words


You might be surprised by the next stop on Dr. Rand Paul's eye surgery world tour

Here’s an interesting nugget from Politico’s Mike Allen recent interview with Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.): Dr. Paul, who recently performed pro bono surgeries in Guatemala, is thinking next year’s trip could be different. 126 more words


Lasik Surgery Denver


Dishler Laser Institute features unparalleled experience, technology and value. They have been helping Denver LASIK eye surgery and PRK patients since 1985.

Corrective Eye Surgery

Taking a few moments to be grateful

I had laser eye surgery on my (good) left eye, back in August.

Since then, it has been a challenge to faith, and a real testing. 231 more words

Wisdom And Faith

Saga of an artist's eyes

It all started with my left eye, which for most of my life tracked upwards and to the left, relative to my right eye, and is also my dominant eye. 1,155 more words