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Men Thrive In Sports Despite Sudden Blindness

Act 4: Jeremy Poincenot and Brett Devloo have Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy, causing blindness.
02/07/2014

Transcript for Men Thrive In Sports Despite Sudden Blindness

He calls it his magical medical mystery tour. What one hell think young college kid went through. The fact was, he was going blind and no one knew why. That is until his mother sprang into action and... See More
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