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article imageBeer Goggle Miracle, Man sees Better after Accident

By Chris V. Thangham     Feb 25, 2007 in World
Frazer Simpson spills chemicals on his eyes, and finds after that he has improved vision.
It didn't take a laser for Frazer Simpson's sight-improving operation . . . the North pub boss accidentally performed the eye surgery himself.
He was in blinding agony after his pupils were splashed with a skin-scorching chemical, and hospital doctors feared his retinas might have been irreparably burned.
Frazer Simpson lives in Newcastle, UK, has poor eyesight from birth and wear spectacles at all times. While at work, he was cleaning the beer cellar tanks to the bar, when an accidental spill of alkaline fluid spilled into his eye pupils. His coworkers and friends rushed him to Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary for emergency treatment.
But the traumatic incident has had the opposite effect . . . he can now see the world better than ever before.
Three months after the accident, he went to see an optician and read the chart in the doctor's office and was able to see all letters clearly including the fine print. Before the accident, he was unable to read the small letters and he was required to wear glasses when driving. Now, he doesn't require glasses to drive.
The doctors don't know how this happened, hopefully they will study more to find out how it helped.
Frazer Simpson said, soon after the accident, he washed his quickly with lots of water to control the burning sensation. That maybe the reason his eyes were saved.
In the end he said: "However, it must have somehow cleared whatever was wrong with my sight. It was cheaper than laser surgery but considerably more painful. I don't recommend the treatment to anyone else."
It is a miracle his eyes were saved and improved his eyesight.
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