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|08-30-2016, 06:40 PM||#1|
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High-tech glasses help girl see clearly
Jordan Mayo, a¬*6-year-old from Waxahachie,¬*was born with optic nerve¬*hypoplasia¬*and was legally blind since she first opened her eyes to the world around her. He grandmother found high-tech glasses that can help the young girl see, but they're $15,000 and not covered by insurance.
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