• Blind adventurer regains sight with experimental drug

    by  • 11 October 2011 • General News

    Mike Scholes, 58, trekked across the Arctic to the geographic North Pole, fundraising for a UK charity that helps the visually impaired. Scholes himself is visually impaired, but his eyesight markedly improved after participating in a clinical trial.Without warning, adventure junkie Mike Scholes lost most of his sight.  But after participating in a clinical trial, he has regained much of the vision he lost due to a rare condition.


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