Regained sight after fall

Another case of an improbable cure.

Eugene W. Phillips, 60, had been blind for 16 years. Then, in August 1972, he fell off his back porch, puncturing his back with a stick and hitting his head on the ground. But he also partially regained sight in one eye. His doctor concluded that the fall had jarred loose a membrane that had been covering the optic nerve.

Bonham Daily Favorite - Aug 8, 1972

Provo Daily Herald - Aug 9, 1972

     Posted By: Alex - Mon Mar 30, 2020
     Category: Health | 1970s | Eyes and Vision

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