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24.05.2017

New Tufts Report Proves Artificial Eyes Can Work On Tadpoles

A group of American scientists have just made a great contribution to our understanding of bioengineered eyes. One new study out of Tufts University shows that with the... Read more


23.05.2017

Multiple Bevacizumab Eye Injections Linked With Increased Glaucoma Risk

Patients who get bevacizumab eye injections should really take note of a new study put out by researchers at the University of British Columbia. These Canadian researchers found that patients who received multiple bevacizumab eye injections annually had a greater incidence of developing Read more


22.05.2017

Near-Vision Linked To Dementia in New Bordeaux Study

A new French study reveals a possible link between near-vision problems and dementia risk in patients over 65. Eye care doctors around the world are now suggesting that older patients take their eye symptoms seriously and don't just write off near-vision problems as an inevitable sign of... Read more


19.05.2017

Oregon State Develops Revolutionary Contacts For Type 1 Diabetics

Anyone who has type 1 diabetes knows how difficult this disease can be to manage. Doctors recommend checking blood sugar levels around eight times every day, which is extremely inconvenient and painful for many diabetics.

Thankfully, a group of researchers at Oregon State University are... Read more


18.05.2017

New Study Helps Scientists Better Understand Peripheral Vision

While our peripheral vision is always there, we generally don't think much of it. Now, thanks to a new professional study just released to the public, more and more people are getting interested in the science behind our differing ranges of peripheral vision.

12 people took part in this... Read more


17.05.2017

French Biotech Approved To Test Non-Viral Gene Therapy For Eye Disease

One French biotech just received approval to test the world's first eye gene therapy that uses absolutely no viral vectors. The company, Eyevensys, was officially given clearance from the French Product Security Regulatory... Read more


12.05.2017

LVPEI Sets New World Record For Corneal Eye Transplants

India's prestigious L V Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI) is celebrating a historic year. Records from April 2016 to March 2017 show that the LVPEI staff completed... Read more


10.05.2017

Australian Team Develops HD Optical Scanner For Breast Cancer Surgery

A group of Australian researchers are on a mission to create the world's first HD optical scanner able to fit on a surgeon's glove. If all goes according to plan, this scanner should dramatically help surgeons remove all of the cancerous cells in breast cancer patients without having to perform a... Read more


08.05.2017

British Man Becomes First Ever To Undergo Retinitis Pigmentosa DNA Re-Coding Therapy

One blind Briton has become the first patient in the world to undergo a DNA modification therapy for retinitis pigmentosa. This experimental treatment, which took place at the Oxford Eye Hospital, was designed to treat the x-linked genetic eye disorder that often causes blindness in younger... Read more


03.05.2017

Oxford Involved In Revolutionary Gene Therapy For Serious Eye Disease

Researchers at Oxford University are very excited about a new gene therapy targeting retinitis pigmentosa. Over the next few months, British doctors hope to test out this new treatment method on up to 30 patients from the UK.

Oxford researchers involved in this study first tested out their... Read more


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