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Amnesia and a Camera That Can Help

Some amnesiacs cannot be cured, but they may be helped by a new camera called the Sensecam. Watch one woman's life with the technology.

After Claire Robertson lost 30 years of memories to a devastating case of prosopagnosia, a new device called a Sensecam helps her keep new memories.

Watch the video by Lauren Fleishman for TIME.

See the story by Eben Harrell for TIME.

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