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Event Date: 12/25/2022

The Cornea is one of only two parts of the human body without blood vessels.

The cornea is the clear part of the eye that covers the pupil and other parts of the eye.

Cartilage and the cornea are the only two types of tissue in the human body that do not contain blood vessels, according to scientists at

Harvard Department of Opthalmology's Schepens Eye Research Institute.