Blind great-grandmother’s sight restored after world’s smallest telescope is fitted into her eye

telescope implant surgeryJoan Gill, 87 (pictured left),  has become one of the first people in Britain to have the tiny telescope – which is smaller than a pea – fitted into her eye.  Joan had the pioneering CentraSight telescopic implant at the Optegra Manchester Eye Hospital.

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