David Jiang was in danger of losing vision in his left eye when his eye specialist tracked down the inventor of a tiny eye implant that releases an anti-viral drug. Jiang was examined recently by Siddhartha Ganguly (left) at the University of Kansas Cancer Center.
David Jiang was in danger of losing vision in his left eye when his eye specialist tracked down the inventor of a tiny eye implant that releases an anti-viral drug. Jiang was examined recently by Siddhartha Ganguly (left) at the University of Kansas Cancer Center. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
David Jiang was in danger of losing vision in his left eye when his eye specialist tracked down the inventor of a tiny eye implant that releases an anti-viral drug. Jiang was examined recently by Siddhartha Ganguly (left) at the University of Kansas Cancer Center. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

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