Earlier this year in the United Kingdom, when a 67-year old woman checked in for her cataract surgery, she surprised her doctors in more ways than one. Twenty-seven, in fact, for the number of contact lenses found stuck in her right eye. How could this have happened, and how could our eyes cope with such extra baggage? Join us to hear a ophthalmologist shed light on the workings and caring of our eyes.

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