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Who is really blind anyway?

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One point that raises curiosity or, for reasons I don’t quite understand, even occasional disbelief and hostility is that not all blind people are totally blind. Many people using canes, dogs or Braille have some remaining sight. In fact, only a small percentage of blind people are totally blind.

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