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Artificial Eye Implant Developed from Rare Coral Becomes Part of Body

Scripps is Transforming Eye Medicine

Scripps is Transforming Eye Medicine

Scripps is Transforming Eye Medicine

Ron Remsberg received a Bio-Eye, an artificial eye that is designed to look and move like a real eye. The porous coral it’s made of allows blood vessels to grow into the implant.

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