Currently, he is blind in that eye.
The GOOD NEWS is that Doc recently took a trip to Georgia, where he has become a candidate for a brand new procedure that could greatly improve his eye function. This doctor is going to attach a Human Optics prosthetic iris and corrective lens.
(This procedure is part of a clinical trial to obtain FDA approval for the prosthetic, which means that, while insurance will cover the cost of the procedure, the actual prosthetic is a $5000.00 non-covered expense). This will be great for Doc as this whole ordeal has been very stressful for him and his family, as well as hindered his previously active lifestyle (no depth perception). Anything helps! We appreciate it if you can help!