Hello and thanks for your question.
I'm very sorry for your daughter's predicament. I know it can seem quite anguishing to know that you had passed this on to your daughter while she was a fetus. Medical technology has come quite a long way in the past few decades. Unfortunately, though, there is no way to give her a new eye.
Outside of the standard antimicrobials and surgical care (if it is needed in cases of retinal detachments), there really is no promising means of completely abolishing the toxoplasmosis from her eye.
Your daughter's best hope is to be treated by a retinal specialist who can watch her closely and provide the treatment she needs at the time she needs it.
I'm sorry that I can't give you more hope than that. I wish her and you good luck. Does this help answer your question?
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