Steve Super takes a break from throwing the football to Stevie Super, one of his two sons in their back yard in Bethlehem. At 26, Steve Super lost his vision in a matter of weeks. Eight years later, after earning a doctorate degree in Physical Therapy, marrying and having a child, he regained his eyesight as abruptly as he lost it. He suffers from a rare optical condition known as Leber's Optical Neuropathy.
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