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Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on Apr 23, 2019

Journal Issue Date: May 2019

When Catherine Henry was 28, a “whitish blur” suddenly covered the center of both her eyes. “I woke up one day and my vision was gone.” She tried to blink it away but nothing helped. After six months and 17 doctors she finally got a diagnosis, but the news was that it wasn't going to get better. She was legally blind. Today, 10 years later, Catherine is a lawyer with a vibrant career, a husband and daughter. Read this inspiring story in the April Tennessee Bar Journal about how she got from that dark and painful time to her current fulfilling and happy life.