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A victim of eye cornea ulcer
My son, Godwin Vincent Gil, is being treated for his eye infection - later diagnosed as cornea ulcer.  He suffered itchiness for two weeks.  According to him, nothing caused it except for the itchiness.  We were told by the EENT Doctor that if his eyes wouldn't respond to the antibiotics given, he will experience whitening of the cornea and definitely will go blind.  Which can only be corrected later by cornea transplantation.  My question is:  Do we have any alternative or additional food nutrients that may help in the cure of my son's right eye, aside from the transplantation?
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I would get a second opinion. This is very unusual.

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