Woman on the verge of blindness claims LIPOSUCTION helped her to see again once doctors harvested the stem cells from …

Julia Matsumoto was diagnosed with a rare condition called optic neuritis that caused her to go completely blind at the age of 31 A liposuction procedure that involved extracting stem cells from Matsumoto's fat helped Matsumoto regain her vision in less than four days There is a debate as to whether it was the difficult steroid therapy or the stem cells that helped Matsumoto gain her vision back

By Alexandra Klausner

Published: 20:09 EST, 28 May 2014 | Updated: 11:24 EST, 29 May 2014

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One woman with a rare condition called optic neuritis says that liposuction not only helped her lose weight, stopped her from going blind.

Julia Matsumoto was diagnosed with a rare condition called optic neuritis that caused her to go completely blind at the age of 31.

A liposuction procedure that involved extracting stem cells from Matsumoto's fat and placing them back in her body helped Matsumoto regain her vision in four days.

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