GOOD VIBES: Colorblindness almost takes girls career, then peers help!

Savannah Allen has had a dream of being a dental hygienist for a while now. She has been in school at the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College and one of her professors realized that the young student could not differentiate between the color of plaque and gum tissue, there was a strong chance that Allen would have to give up her academic career. So, her peers got together and started a GoFund Me account and bought her some EnChroma colorblind corrective glasses. All of the 40 students in their dental program donated to the campaign until the page had successfully reached its $400 goal. Now Allen will be able to see color for the first time in her life, and she was also able to continue with the dental program!



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