A new treatment is helping people who have suffered brain injuries regain their vision.

 

Loss of sight is a common consequence of injuries to the brainĀ and affects around a third of stroke survivors.

The new therapy developed at the University of Aberdeen is designed to improve the speed of eye movements to compensate for this loss of vision.

Professor Arash Sahraie, who led the study, said: “This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected by it.

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