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With artificial cornea, he restores gift of sight

Dr. Claes Dohlman (right) looks over medical information with Dr. Ana Fernandez-Hortelano for patient Phyllis Blumsack (at left rear). Dr. Claes Dohlman (right) looks over medical information with Dr. Ana Fernandez-Hortelano for patient Phyllis Blumsack (at left rear). (Lisa Poole for The Boston Globe)
November 12, 2007

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Dr. Claes Dohlman, considered the "founder of modern corneal science," recently received the Laureate Recognition Award from the American Academy of Ophthalmology for his contributions in restoring sight worldwide. And he won the Global Leadership Award from the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, where he was chairman of the ophthalmology department. He was also chairman of the department at Harvard ... (Full article: 831 words)

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