London: In a ray of hope for millions ofthose who cannot see, a blind man, who underwent a "bioniceye" implant trial at a British hospital, has partiallyregained vision thirty years after losing his sight.
"It was an amazing feeling after not being able to seeanything to be seeing letters and words on a special screen. Iwas there reading dad, mat, cat," Peter said. "I`m just reading small words at the moment and they(doctors) try us with smaller letters each time. It`s a startand they`ve said they will get me a screen so I can read athome," he said. Peter said now he feels more confident and independentwhen he goes out. "The images I see move and that takes a bit of gettingused to, but I can see cars — they look like cotton wool. It`sexciting to be part of the trial," he said. PTI
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