Blind man 'excited' at retina implant

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A British man who has been totally blind for many years has had part of his vision restored after surgery to fit a pioneering eye implant.

The device, which was fitted behind the retina, has enabled Chris James to perceive light and even some shapes.

The BBC's Fergus Walsh reports.

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