Cutting edge technology in Oklahoma is helping save the eyesight of premature babies

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NORMAN, Okla. - Researchers at the University of Oklahoma have found a way to identify and treat an eye disease in premature babies  faster than ever before.

The research team studied ways to identify retinopathy of prematurity, which causes blindness in preemies and heartache for families.

Now, their findings are helping save premature infants from the blinding disease.

 

 

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