Research dissemination specialist at a charity that is funding a chorioradioplasty study has an interesting twist.
His name is Jonathan Sibley and he’s one of many people who will be participating in a trial of the new procedure.
He tells me that it’s the most important thing that has happened to his life in the last four years.
He’s currently undergoing surgery to remove the left eye of his wife, who was diagnosed with choriorenosis in 2014.
He was diagnosed in a car accident and lost the ability to see.
He has never had a normal eye, and his left eye has deteriorated and his vision has been progressively worsening.
The procedure was an absolute life-saver.
The sight of a normal eyeball was something I would never have known about, and it gave me the strength to go on living.
However, the surgery has been a life-long struggle for Jonathan and his wife.
They were told that surgery to the eye was not possible because it was so different to a normal person.
They were told it was too risky and that they would need to wait for a recovery time that was too long.
They’ve been told the surgery will take four to six months to fully recover.
The doctors at the hospital have said that there are no known risks to the patient, and that the recovery time is a matter of “choice”.
However, there are also some people who have suffered serious complications, like the death of their daughter.
In January, the parents and the daughter’s family filed a lawsuit against the hospital, claiming negligence, breach of contract, and breach of trust.
The lawsuit says that the hospital is violating their rights of privacy and health by not offering the procedure, even though it’s already a standard part of the healthcare system.
It also alleges that the facility was negligent because they knew of the dangers and refused to treat the patient.
The parents claim that the doctors lied to them about the risks and made them wait for surgery, without informing them that the surgery was unlikely to work.
In response to the lawsuit, the hospital’s lawyers wrote in a letter to the family that they will “fully cooperate” with the legal process and that a settlement agreement is in the works.
In a statement to Business Insider, a spokesperson for the hospital said that they are “deeply saddened by the loss of this precious life” and that their team of experts is “committed to treating patients with the utmost respect”.
Jonathan’s father, a registered nurse, is currently on the waiting list for a choroid surgery.
He’s had a series of operations and now he has an operation in which he’s trying to restore sight.
But the doctors say that this is not a normal procedure.
“Chorioradial retraction is a very difficult procedure and one that can only be done by a doctor,” he says.
Jonathan is now in the process of trying to decide whether or not he should continue with the surgery, but he is determined to make the best of his life.
He says that he hopes that he can live a normal life after surgery.