HomeArticlesWarriors’ Stephen Curry fixed his vision – this is what people with Keratoconus see Warriors’ Stephen Curry fixed his vision – this is what people with Keratoconus see By Joseph Donaldson January 6, 2020 Articles, Blog 3 Comments Tags:abc7news, abc7now, diagnosis, dubson 7, eye care, eye health, golden state warriors, Healthcare, keratoconus, News, stephen curry, warriors Related Posts Banfield Pet Hospital – Cat and Dog Skin and Coat Conditions Nominal Lens Formula Part 3 – Lens Curves and Thickness Lower Back Pain Relief Juice: A Tasty Placebo! About Author admin 3 Comments BMAH April 6, 2019 More excellent work from the propaganda wing of the pro sports industry. Reply Carlo Bautista April 6, 2019 I find it interesting that my favorite basketball player also suffers from the same eye disorder I have!! Reply jim persinger April 8, 2019 The idiots,My Wife and Daughter both have aggressive Keratoconus, Wifes had a cornea transplants years ago, my daughter diagnosed at 17 with aggressive also she is mid-twenties now and legally blind,there is no fixing it, There is no Cure,it has a mind of its own it can stop,continue,speed up or slow down,anyone who says someone's sight is Fixed knows nothing about it,And anyone who says there cured knows even less,You can slow down the progression and sometimes stop it with Hard Permeable gas contacts with soft sides,but you will be replaceing those as soon as your corneas advance to the point they will no longer stay in your eyes and they pop out of slide down or around and off where there supposed to stay,This medical condition has NO CURE,NONE,anyone who says it does is mistaken and misguided,I have dealt with it since it was just about first discovered and they really did not know what it was about 40 years ago and my wife was put in to a study on it up till present day as it is Heriditary,they used to think it was not,One of my daughters is living proof it is very very rare to have two cases in a family of four and I have to watch my other daugher.,Steph has 3 beautiful children and from 13- about 20 years old he needs to watch there eyesight very closely and get treatment early if it shows up Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.