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Canadian Hospital Restores Blind Man's Sight With Bionic Eye!! The Future Is Here!!

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Ian Nichols, 76, has been blind for about 20 years due to a degenerative eye condition.

It's called retinitis pigmentosa and because of it, he knows what it's like to hold his grandchildren, but he's never seen them as they've grown.

Until now that is!!

Thanks to a Toronto hospital doing a study, Ian was able to get a "bionic eye!"

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Diem Brown Hospitalized Due To New Tumor & It's Delaying Her Chemo

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Diem Brown is just such an incredibly strong person.

She's beat ovarian cancer not just once… but twice!

The former MTV reality star recently had another health scare after she collapsed while filming a new reality show abroad. Doctors found she had multiple tumors, one of which was blocking her colon. Surgeries were had and recovery had begun.

[ Related: Diem Brown Reveals Sad Details About Her Hysterectomy ]

Well now, to add insult to injury, doctors have found a blockage in her kidneys.

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford To Undergo Chemotherapy To Treat Rare And Aggressive Cancer

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has had a rough life lately.

He's dealt with substance abuse problems, seriously negative media portrayals and now something worse than it all:

Cancer.

Rob Ford was diagnosed with a rare, aggressive type of malignant tumor. No matter how he's handled his time in public office, that's so awful!

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News Anchor Takes Moment On Air To Announce He Only Has Months To Live! His Strength Is Incredible!

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Dave Benton is a TV news anchor in Illinois and he's been fighting brain cancer.

Sadly, his doctors told him his brain tumor had grown too large for radiation or surgery: He only has months left to live.

So during a newscast, he broke the news to the viewers he had been with for years, saying he's staying strong and even trying a new treatment.

The treatment isn't about

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Pianist Loses Both Hands, Then Receives Double Hand Transplant… Guess What He Can Do Now!!

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Richard Mangino is a Massachusetts man who lost both his arms and legs to an infection back in 2002.

He's now the world's first recipient of a successful double hand transplant!

The operation went down three years ago when a team of 40 doctors spent 12 hours giving him a donated pair of hands from a man who died of a brain hemorrhage.

Now that he has the hands, he's been getting used to them, gaining more mobility and sensation every day.

The best part?

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Doctors Make A Heartbreaking Announcement: HIV Is Back In The Baby Thought To Have Been Cured

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Health officials thought that they had cured an almost 4-year-old girl who had been born with HIV. But this week, doctors discovered detectable levels of the virus again.

The child, known only as “The Mississippi Baby,” had been off of anti-retroviral therapy for more than two years. Specialists broke the news about the HIV’s resurgence at a press conference yesterday.

Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infection Diseases spoke at the briefing and explained:

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This Man Voluntarily Amputated His Foot! He's Not Crazy, And His Reason Might Have You Making The Same Decision In His Place!

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Joseph Pleban, 23, absolutely loves sports.

You name it, he's probably played it. Extreme sports and regular ones, it doesn't matter, he loves to be active.

So you can imagine how awful it must've been when doctors told him he had a rare bone and joint disease (pigmented villonodular synovitis), and that he'd have non-cancerous tumors causing pain and arthritis in his ankle for the rest of his life.

He had two options: fuse the ankle and endure a lifetime of surgeries or amputate it.

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