Wendy Chapman was an impossibility. At least, that’s what ophthalmology researcher Jay Neitz, Ph.D., thought.
When Neitz heard that Chapman was color-blind in just one eye — had been born that way — he was skeptical. Hundreds of years of research indicated that her case couldn’t and shouldn’t exist. But still, Neitz wondered, could Chapman be the one in a million he had been searching for all these years? Read more about this inspiring story at ACCELERATEMED.ORG.
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