Second Sight Medical Products has resumed its early feasibility study for the Orion, its next-generation visual prosthetics system, after being put on hold for seven months because of COVID-19.


The study started back up at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Westwood this week, the Sylmar medical device company said Tuesday. Additional participants will report to Houston’s Baylor College of Medicine soon, Second Sight added, also as part of the feasibility study.

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