In this 2012 photo, Dr. Thomas Albini, a professor of clinical ophthalmology at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, demonstrates an eye exam used on patients to detect signs of macular degeneration. Albini co-wrote an article in this week’s New England Journal of Medicine about three women blinded after receiving stem cell injections at a Broward clinic to treat their macular degeneration.
In this 2012 photo, Dr. Thomas Albini, a professor of clinical ophthalmology at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, demonstrates an eye exam used on patients to detect signs of macular degeneration. Albini co-wrote an article in this week’s New England Journal of Medicine about three women blinded after receiving stem cell injections at a Broward clinic to treat their macular degeneration. ALLISON DIAZ FOR THE MIAMI HERALD
In this 2012 photo, Dr. Thomas Albini, a professor of clinical ophthalmology at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, demonstrates an eye exam used on patients to detect signs of macular degeneration. Albini co-wrote an article in this week’s New England Journal of Medicine about three women blinded after receiving stem cell injections at a Broward clinic to treat their macular degeneration. ALLISON DIAZ FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

Three women blinded after stem cell injections at Broward clinic

March 16, 2017 07:13 PM

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