Mon 02 Oct
Fifty years ago, 1967 was a year of revolutionary ideas in culture, politics, science and medicine. That year saw the debut of the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s album, the summer of love, the first pocket calculator and the first heart transplant. It was during this time of creative ferment that a struggling eye surgeon in New York had an epiphany in a dentist’s chair that would forever change the way cataract surgery would be performed.