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A new FDA-approved procedure has a novel way of treating blurry vision

A new FDA-approved eye procedure called the "Raindrop Near Vision Inlay" can improve blurry vision that comes with age. The implant is designed and tested by Revision Optics. However, always consult an ophthalmologist before undergoing any eye procedure. Produced by Gene Kim. Original reporting by Jessica Orwig. Follow Tech Insider:   On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
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