Stephen Curry, whose $185,000 worth vehicle almost took his life

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Stephen Curry is undoubtedly the greatest shooter of all time but he suffers from a genetic eye disease with no known cure.

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When we say Stephen Curry is one of a kind, we mean it. Every other player in the league current or past has a parallel.

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Take Shaquille O’Neal for example. The 7’1″ center was perhaps one of the most dominant players ever. 

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It’s ironic that Stephen Curry, the greatest shooter of all time, suffers from an untreatable eye condition.

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In Keratoconus, a chronic disease that cannot be treated, the cornea bulges outwards like a cone.

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This impacts how light is perceived by the eye causing blurred vision and incapability to read or drive.

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Curry found out about the disease in 2019 after a shooting slump. Curry addressed the poor performance by getting contact lenses.

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Though the lenses have helped the 4-time NBA Champ see the board clearly, it does not automatically make his eyes better.

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The issue with Keratoconus is that it never goes away. Steph’s natural vision will always remain blurred.

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In fact, Keratoconus progressively gets worse as time passes by.

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