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But Now I See: My Journey from Blindness to Olympic Gold Hardcover – December 4, 2012
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About the Author
Steve Eubanks is a bestselling author and sports writer who has collaborated with such noteworthy athletes as golf great Arnold Palmer, NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon, hall of fame football coach Lou Holtz, Ryder Cup captain Paul Azinger, and nine-time world champion rodeo cowboy Ty Murray.
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I ordered this book for the father of an 11 year old that has been diagnosed wtih Keratoconus - a disease that is rapidly robbing her of her sight. Steve Holcomb shares how he consulted 12 opthamologists who said there is no cure - that the ONLY treatment was cornea transplants. The parents live in the Caribbean and had been told the same by the doctors there. When I found there to be other options I began communicating with the parents for a year but got little feedback. Once I gave the father this book and asked him to read it - and pointed to where Steve said he went to 12 opthamologist only to be told there was no cure - and that cornea transplants were their only option, suddenly they began openly communicating with me. Why? Because Steve's words gave them hope - hope that the same procedure could do the same for their daughter. His truthful sharing of his own emotions as he began to lose his sight helped us to understand what an 11 year old girl was feeling as her friends have started to shun her because of her diminishing vision.
His story, outside of the disease, is wonderful and well worth reading. I'm not a winter sports person but I thoroughly enjoyed the whole book.
I will be following up on the Holcomb C3-R . Fingers crossed.
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