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02.12.2015

New treatment for Usher syndrome developed

A new treatment approach has been developed for Usher syndrome, the most common form of combined congenital deaf-blindness in humans, which affects one in 6,000 of the population.

Researchers at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz in Germany have formulated the therapy, after focusing on a... Read more


01.12.2015

Pioneering procedure saves youngster"s eyesight

The sight of a young girl has been saved thanks to a pioneering operation which has helped to turn her life around.

Anna Bradley, was diagnosed with eye cancer aged just 20 months and it looked like she may have to lose her eye in order to treat the condition, the Formby Times... Read more


30.11.2015

New device "can treat diabetes-related vision loss"

A drug delivery device has been developed which may help to treat people suffering from diabetic retinopathy, the leading cause of vision loss among patients with diabetes.

Experts from the University of British Columbia have developed the device, which can be implanted behind the eye for... Read more


30.11.2015

Discovery "may change understanding of sight"

The whole perception of vision and how the eyes work may be changed by a breakthrough study by experts in the US, it has been claimed.

Specialists from Syracuse University (SU) have challenged the belief that light signals could not be initiated unless special light-receptor molecules in... Read more


27.11.2015

Gene therapy "may be extended to other eye diseases"

A form of gene therapy which was successfully trialled to treat a type of inherited blindness is to be extended to other eye conditions, experts have revealed.

After being "inspired" by the success using gene therapy to correct Leber"s congenital amaurosis, specialists from the Perelman... Read more


27.11.2015

Prehistoric animals "had excellent eyesight"

Animals which roamed the earth over 500 million years ago evolved at a "rapid rate" and developed amazing eyesight, according to recent research.

Experts from the South Australian Museum and the University of Adelaide have come to the conclusion after examining 515 million-year-old... Read more


27.11.2015

New tool determines vision impact on quality of life

A clever tool is now available to help establish the effect that a child"s vision has on their overall wellbeing.

The instrument, entitled the Effects of Youngsters" Eyesight on Quality of Life (EYE-Q), is useful for determining vision-related quality of life (VRQOL) in visually-impaired... Read more


26.11.2015

Sony boss points to next generation of contact lenses

A major player at technology giant Sony has claimed that new contact lens developments may be occurring round the world as we move closer to virtual reality becoming standard.

According to Mike Hocking, vice-president of Sony, his company is... Read more


24.11.2015

Smart contact lenses "could provide medication"

A new type of contact lens could provide the ability for drugs to be released straight into the eye to help to treat vision problems, it has been claimed.

According to the Economist, work on this is currently being carried out by Daniel Kohane, a... Read more


24.11.2015

Quality of vision "decided well before birth"

The quality of a person"s eyesight is often decided long before they are born, a recent study carried out in the US has found.

According to researchers at the Yale School of Medicine, a pattern of spontaneous activity within the brain which occurs while the foetus is developing is what... Read more


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