TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie has been home for the last two days, resting from an injury to her eye. She phones in to the show to explain that her 2-year-old son Charley hit her in the eye with a toy train, tearing her retina. She says “it’s looking more hopeful” that she’ll avoid surgery. NBC medical consultant Dr. Natalie Azar joins TODAY to talk about retinal tears and Savannah’s prognosis.
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