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Charlie Dolan was born with a rare eye disorder and glaucoma. Two cornea transplants later, his vision has stabilized at 20/250 and he is learning new things every day. To help the Delta Gamma Center, which provided the family with a lot of support, Capt. John Dolan will run in the Run for Sight 5K on Sunday and will ride 3,000 miles on a stationary bike while he is deployed, beginning in July. Steve Nagy snagy@bnd.com
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