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One-month-old Quang Ngoc Nguyen was born with severe glaucoma in both eyes. He received surgery on the right eye first and a second surgery is scheduled for May, 2008. Doctors say he will be lucky if he gains partial sight in only one eye. Kevin German /  kevin@kevingerman.com..ORBIS Flying Eye Hospital brought doctors, nurses and specialists from all over the world to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam from April 7-18, 2008.  The ORBIS program contributed to the efforts of Ho Chi Minh City Eye Hospital in fighting avoidable blindness by educating local ophthalmologists to diagnose and manage pediatric blindness, retinal disease, oculoplastics, and blindness due to glaucoma..
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ORBIS FLYING EYE HOSPITAL
One-month-old Quang Ngoc Nguyen was born with severe glaucoma in both eyes. He received surgery on the right eye first and a second surgery is scheduled for May, 2008. Doctors say he will be lucky if he gains partial sight in only one eye. Kevin German / kevin@kevingerman.com..ORBIS Flying Eye Hospital brought doctors, nurses and specialists from all over the world to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam from April 7-18, 2008. The ORBIS program contributed to the efforts of Ho Chi Minh City Eye...
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