Gwynedd woman's sight saved thanks to double eye transplant from 'heroes she never knew'



A woman whose sight was saved thanks to a double eye transplant wants to encourage others to consider donating their organs.
In 2012 Jennifer Jones, 29, was diagnosed with keratoconus - a serious eye condition which causes a cone-shaped bulge to develop in the cornea.
The Morfa Nefyn woman booked herself in for an eye test after she began having triple vision with her eye sight getting rapidly worse until she was only able to see outlines and bright lights.
She was transferred from Ysbyty Gwynedd to St Paul’s Eye Unit in Liverpool where she was given laser therapy to flatten her cornea but... read more

 
4 September 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 33
Source: Daily Post
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