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Beck Reveals He May Be Going Blind

Monday, 19 Jul 2010 07:34 PM

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Fox News host Glenn Beck says he may be going blind because of macular dystrophy that prevents him from focusing his eyes.

Beck made his tearful disclosure during a passionate speech at his "American Revival" meeting in Salt Lake City on Saturday.

See the video below.

Beck told the audience, "I can't focus my eyes."

Taking a shot at health care reform, Beck said, "I went to the best doctor I could find, while I could still go to the best doctor I can find."

Beck, 46, says he has been diagnosed with macular dystrophy, and joked that the doctor told him, "You could go blind in the next year . . . or you might not."

Beck's revelation comes at the 6:20 mark of the video.



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