By injecting a Parisian man’s eye with genes from algae that encode for light-sensing proteins, scientists were able to slowly restore the patient’s vision to the point where he could locate, identify, and count objects again. The treatment is being called a breakthrough in optogenetic therapy, and offers a chance of vision restoration in people […]

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