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Topic - Julie Fainter
Again and again, 12-year-old Brianna Bowens cautiously pokes the human eyeball. On purpose.
"I decided my whole life I wanted to be a doctor," she says, a decision the camp cemented.
As she examined the eye's lens, she says, "I never knew there was so much stuff in an eye."