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Chinese boy gets eye implants for free

Doctor reacts to shocking story of eye-gouging victim by operating on the six-year-old for free.

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The story of a boy who had his eyes gouged out in rural China has angered many people across the world. But it is the actions of one doctor, thousands of kilometres away, that have forever changed the six-year-old’s life.

Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports from Shenzhen, China.

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