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Eye sufferers meet.

TWO CHILDREN with a rare eye condition have met up for the very first time.

Nine-year-old Tyla Rich from Kinmel Bay and 11-year-old Kameron Tamne from Menai Bridge, both suffer with achromatopsia, which means they can't see in colour and are blinded by the sun.

Their parents, Kara and Graeme Rich and Nerys and Chris Parry came together through Facebook after Tyla's plight was featured in the Daily Post.

Kameron and Tyla are both registered blind and have Kameron spent their lives wearing darkened glasses to shield her eyes from the sun's rays. a Yesterday, Tyla's mum Kara said: "It was so lovely for Tyla to finally meet someone who has the same condition as her. She had such a lovely day with Kameron. It wouldn't have been possible without the Daily Post."

and Tyla " Back in March, we reported the news that Tyla has been selected to take part in genetic trials which could lead to pioneering treatment with potential to fill her world with colour

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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:May 10, 2013
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