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John Corneille talks to a New Orleans area radio reading service about his experience having RP, the important mission of the Foundation and the upcoming VISIONS conference.

Debra Laughlin speaks about how being diagnosed with cone-rod dystrophy changed her life and why taking part in the Hampton Roads VisionWalk is so important to her.

The Stone family explains what it’s like to have two children affected with Usher syndrome, as well as the importance of raising awareness and funding through the San Diego Dining in the Dark.

St. Paul 7th grader, Louie McGee, hosts the 2nd Annual Dining in the Dark for Kids to help his peers understand what he experiences as someone who is visually impaired.

Bethany Peters, Chair of the Pittsburgh VisionWalk, talks about her 5-year-old son Benjamin being visually impaired, and her hope for the future.

Louie McGee visits KARE Saturday to talk about his upcoming Dining in the Dark for Kids fundraiser event for the Foundation Fighting Blindness.

Reigning Mrs. World, April Lufriu speaks about how RP affects her and her family in preparation for her upcoming ‘A Cure is in Sight’ fundraising event.

The three South Carolina brothers who cycled across the country to raise awareness for the Foundation Fighting Blindness are welcomed home as they make their way through their hometown of Greer.

The Philadelphia Inquirer takes a look at Foundation-funded research taking place in Philadelphia.

The 3rd Annual New York Fashion Ball honors industry executives at Dining in the Dark to benefit the Foundation Fighting Blindness.