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Wearing an implant

Credit: © Retina Implant AG, Reutlingen, Germany
An implant called Alpha-IMS, is only about 3 millimeters long by 3 millimeters wide, and less than 100 microns thick, making it thinner than the average diameter of a human hair.
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