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14 Sep 2021
This nine-year-old Nigerian boy has been declared cancer-free after readers of two UK newspapers raised £216,000 for his treatment. Nathaniel Nabena had gone to the UK from his hometown in Bayelsa, Nigeria, in September 2020 to get a prosthetic eye after his left eye was removed due to cancer.
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To keep businesses going during this Coronavirus pandemic period, remote working has been the way out for most big and small enterprises. Here are a few things to know about digital eyestrain.
21 May 2019
A report on a visually impaired couple who continue to strive hard despite their challenges.

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