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Japanese doctors for the first time transplanted a man's retina
In Japan, for the first time, a retinal grown from human stem cells was transplanted to a person. Experts confirmed the success of the operation a day after it was carried out, the Russian news service reports.
Vision 70-year-old patient with a diagnosis of macular dystrophy improved, reported in the Japanese Institute of Natural Sciences. The illness from which the woman suffered was one of the main causes of blindness among the elderly. Existing treatments for this disease can only temporarily eliminate its symptoms.