Surgery helps boy read Braille
12-year-old Varun who is from Bengaluru was born blind, with deformities in his right arm and fingers. Because of the deformities in his thumb and fingers, he could not read the Braille script.
Now thanks to a surgery he is able to read the Braille script and hopes to study further.
The surgery was done at Hosmat Hospital. It involved straightening his hand and fingers through a complex realignment of the bones in his forearm and wrist.
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