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Jana goes From Blind to Sighted!

Jana, pictured below, in November of 1987.  At this time, her doctors had pronounced her “blind for life”.  The pictures in this post are scanned from old copies, so please excuse the quality.  266 more words

In Tongues

Will your tongue still remember the taste of my lips? Will your shadow remember the swing of my hips? Will your lover caress you the way, that I did?


Miss Australia entrant in awareness campaign

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A TOWNSVILLE woman is hosting a Ladies Afternoon Tea event with the goal of raising $2000 for Ovarian Cancer Australia and Teal Wings of Hope. 4,012 more words


Cortical Blindness

Cortical blindness is the total or partial loss of vision. Although Cortically blind and Cortical visual impairment are basically the same thing usually if there is full vision loss it is referred to as cortically blind while if there is only partial vision loss it is referred as cortical visual impairment, CVI for short. 884 more words

Cortical Blindness Therapy

Nature, Meet Nurture

Single-cell analysis reveals dramatic landscape of genetic changes in the brain after visual stimulation

A “brainbow” of cerebral cortex neurons labeled with different colors.

“Nature and nurture is a convenient jingle of words, for it separates under two distinct heads the innumerable elements of which personality is composed.

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