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Originally broadcast on Sentinel radio
An end to hatred ... and a healing of lost sight
When I was a graduate student, I woke up one morning unaccountably blind in one eye, and in incredible pain from the light.
My wife was very concerned, as was I, so we went to the university medical center. The ophthalmology team there diagnosed severe infection of the inner eye, which had already progressed to a dangerous point. They told me that I might become permanently blind in that eye. The only treatment known to them at that time was a medication to arrest the infection. I followed that treatment for about a week to ten days.
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with contributions from Rich Allen, Susan Lapointe, Monica Karal, Walt Stockman, Jodie Kennedy
items of interest
with contributions from Ann Geracimos
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