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How the iPhone is zooming in on eye care

Doctors at Stanford University have found a way to use the iPhone to help prevent blindness, particularly in rural areas and developing nations. They're using the iPhone's camera to take pictures inside the eye. CNET's Sumi Das gets an up-close look at...
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