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WE’RE IN BUSINESS TO CURE BLINDNESS
WE’RE IN THE BUSINESS TO CURE BLINDNESS
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THIS IS HAPPENING

The scientific community is racing towards a breakthrough as you read this. Don’t just believe us: believe CNN, National Geographic, and TIME.

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So, you can see why we're selling shirts and donating 100% of our profits to make this a reality.

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THAT’S WHERE YOU COME IN
THAT’S WHERE YOU COME IN
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LAST YEAR ALONE, OUR CUSTOMERS HELPED US FUND 30,678 HOURS
LAST YEAR ALONE, OUR CUSTOMERS HELPED US FUND 30,678 HOURS

of clinical studies through Foundation Fighting Blindness (FFB).

WHY?
WE’RE JUST TWO

of the more than 10 million people in the U.S. who could benefit from the promising stem-cell-transplant research, gene-therapy treatment and clinical trials completed in the last 50 years and underway today.

A look at how close we are

1988

Retinal cells are transplanted in animals

1995

Gene therapy is performed in animals

2000

Artificial retina is implanted in humans

2006

Retinal cells are developed from stem cells

2009

Retinal cells are developed from skin cells

2015

3 clinical trials for gene therapy launch

2016

Stem-cell therapy is successful on first patient

2018

Study to evaluate Stargardt disease drug begins

Help us close the gap

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meet our visually impaired partners

meet our visually impaired partners

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There are a lot of people out there like Bradford and Bryan. We want to lift them up. That's why we have factory workers on the blindness spectrum produce our clothes in Dallas. If there is one thing to know about Two Blind Brothers, it is that anyone can make a difference.

Why not change the game?

There are lots of types of blindness. We have Stargardt's, a type of macular degeneration that means we lose vision in the center of the retina. This simulator gives you peek at what its like to peep with our peepers.

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