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As a result of gene therapy, scientists at the University of Florida medical center have discovered that the brain can rewire itself to recognize sections of the retna, even in adults born with extremely impaired sight. This unexpected discovery of the brain’s adaptability is due to the results of three blind volunteers who recieved doses of corrective genes to selected areas of their retnas a year ago.

Vision researchers see unexpected gain a year into blindness trial