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"That's what's really exciting about this imaging device: it can really make a difference in a patient's life," says Carroll. "The ability to now resolve these cells opens up new possibilities for improving care that researchers have been anticipating for a long timesuch as using the information in these retinal images to aid in targeting, delivering, and evaluating therapies."


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