Legally Blind North Texas Teen Receives $10K Glasses That Let Her SeeA crowdfunding campaign raised enough money for the eSight glasses and Tuesday, Shea Busby's friend, who is also legally blind, surprised her with the glasses.
$10K Glasses Could Help Legally Blind North Texas Teen SeeA rare eye disease caused part of Shea Busby's retina to deteriorate. About a year and a half ago she became legally blind.
Researchers 3D-Print A Human Cornea, May Save Millions From BlindnessResearchers at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom have successfully created the first ever 3D-printed cornea
Price Tag On Gene Therapy For Rare Form Of Blindness: $850KA first-of-its kind genetic treatment for blindness will cost $850,000, less than the $1 million price tag that had been expected.
Tenants Possibly Got Rare Eye Infection From Community PoolFirst, two tenants at a Bedford apartment complex develop a rare eye infection. Now, doctors want others to be on the lookout for more people with the illness, because it likely came from a communal swimming pool.
Visually Impaired Students Attend Tech Summer CampFort Worth's Camp Carter YMCA is expanding its vision: to bring summer fun and technology to a special group of blind and visually impaired students. Twelve middle, high school and vocational students from across North Texas are joining sighted students for a week long technology camp.
Through The Lens: Rodeo For The Blind
Study: Stem Cells May Aid Vision In Blind PeopleScientists are reporting hints that embryonic stem cells can ease blindness in some people.
Works From 3 Blind Artists Featured In Dallas ExhibitThree artists were recently in Dallas for an exhibition of their work. Their talents prove one doesn’t need ‘an eye for detail’ to produce exceptional work.
Dallas Lighthouse For The Blind Has Expansion On HorizonFor decades, the Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind has been working to provide the tools for the visually impaired to become self sufficient and especially how to earn a living. Now they are expanding their programs and are creating more opportunities for visually impaired North Texans.