The NHS is offering new hope for people who suffer from a condition which is the biggest cause of sight loss.
It's called Age-related macular degeneration - known as AMD - can leave sufferers with a blind spot and blurred vision.
It can start when people are in their forties. And the revolutionary treatment effectively involves fitting a mini telescope into the eye.
It's being offered for free at the Uk's second largest eye hospital in Manchester.
Sarah Rogers has been there to find out more.
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