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24.03.2017

Tennessee Researchers Examine Eyes Of Zebrafish To Combat Retina-Related Diseases

One fish could hold the key to helping millions of patients with potentially blinding eye conditions around the world. The fish in question is called a zebrafish, and it's thanks to the researchers at Nashville's Vanderbilt University that eye doctors are hopeful they can soon find a cure for... Read more


23.03.2017

Stats Show Huge Success For Eye Care Centers In Ethiopia

New data shows an eye care programmme in Ethiopia is doing far better than even experts had expected. The research, which was released by Vision Aid Overseas (VAO), found that around 184,000 Ethiopians have received proper eye care treatment since the programme was established just three years... Read more


22.03.2017

Vision Van Returns For Glaucoma Awareness Week In The UK

Two eye health organizations are teaming up to bring people across the UK vital information on glaucoma. Both Vision Express and the International Glaucoma Association (IGA) will help spread information on Read more


21.03.2017

Contact Lens Material Used In New Arthritis Implant

A brand new synthetic cartilage implant is offering hope to millions of American arthritis patients. Interestingly, this implant is made out of the same exact material most contact lenses are made of.

As of today,... Read more


21.03.2017

Boston Researchers Critique The Use Of Anti-TGF-β In Diabetic Retinopathy Treatment

American researchers are now warning doctors who continue to use anti-TGF-β therapies as a part of their treatment strategy for diabetic retinopathy patients. Rather than cure patients of their disease, new lab tests show that anti-TGF-β therapies can do extreme damage to a diabetic's... Read more


20.03.2017

Allergan Funds Editas for Options in Eye Gene Therapy

Large biotech companies are getting more and more interested in the relatively new CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing treatment technology. The potential for this... Read more


20.03.2017

One Ocular Melanoma Patient Pushes For MRI Scans In Scotland

Jennifer Lewis, 52, is on a mission to change the way the National Health Service (NHS) provides follow-up care in Scotland. In particular, Lewis wants the NHS to provide abdominal MRI scans rather than ultrasounds for Scottish ocular melanoma patients.

The main impetus for Lewis's crusade... Read more


17.03.2017

Northwestern Professors Produce A Small And Transparent Diagnostic Device

A small eye device is predicted to have a huge impact on the future of diagnostic screenings. Officially called a "Micro-ring" this transparent... Read more


16.03.2017

No More Need For Reading Glasses: New Surgical Procedure Provides Hope For The Farsighted

A brand new surgical technique could soon obsolesce the need for reading glasses. Called the Raindrop Near Vision Corneal Inlay, this novel procedure was designed by the southern California company Revision Optics.

As you could tell from the... Read more


15.03.2017

New Study Reveals Why "Cock-Eyed Squid" Has Two Different Sized Eyes

Marine biologists have wondered for years why so-called "cock-eyed squids" (Histioteuthis heteropsis) one huge eye and another smaller eye on their heads. Today, thanks to... Read more


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