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New lenses used to treat dyslexia
Posted January 23, 2014 By KGO News

ROSEVILLE, Calif. (KGO) -- For children and adults struggling with dyslexia, reading can often be a challenge. But a system of lenses has won clearance from the Food and Drug Administration to treat certain symptoms associated with the condition.

For Chloe Broyles, reading books like Jack London's classic, The Call of the Wild, is less of a struggle than it would have been a few months ago. "It was just really hard to read because the words would float, the words would flip back and forth," she says.

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