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New treatment "could prevent cornea transplants"
A new form of eye treatment could prevent the need for hundreds of people a year to undergo cornea transplants, it has been claimed.
Silicon hydrogel lenses "becoming more popular"
The popularity of silicone hydrogel contact lenses is continuing to increase, but it is important for consumers using the lenses to follow manufacturers" instructions, one sector expert has advised.
New pathway "could reverse retina damage"
A novel approach developed by experts in the US may be able to help people suffering from retinal damage, it has been claimed.
Snow blindness "does not affect some mammals"
The UV light that leads to snow blindness, a condition that causes humans a great deal of pain, albeit temporarily, is actually vital to creatures which live in Arctic conditions, such as reindeer, a recent study has indicated.
Tinted glasses "can offer relief from migraines"
People may be able to benefit from relief from migraines which ruin their daily lives thanks to the development of new spectacles in the US and UK.
Skin stem cells "may help regenerate eyes"
A radical new form of treatment using stem cells may help to regenerate the eyes and treat blindness-causing conditions.
ROP studies "can change lives"
New studies into the development of retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) and how it can be stopped or slowed have the potential to change the lives of thousands of children, it has been claimed.
New blindness-preventing research "is exciting"
New research that may lead to treatments which cure or prevent blindness is "exciting" news, according to one researcher.
Researchers seek new AMD cure
Researchers in the US have revealed they are at work on a new cure for age-related macular degeneration (AMD), one of the leading causes of blindness on the planet.
Experts target stem cell treatment for ROP
A new preventative treatment for retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) is being developed by experts in the UK in the hope it will reduce blindness statistics in young people.
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