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New Study Shows Gene Therapy Might Be Able To Cure Serious Eye Diseases
New Study Proves Eye Surgery Can Restore Vision To People Who Have Sustained Brain Injuries
A new study shows that vision can be restored to people who have suffered serious brain accidents and subsequent hemorrhaging in the eyes. Perhaps the most astonishing finding from this study is the fact that this surgery... Read more
Microsoft Shares AI Software With A Powerful Indian Eye Care Institute
Microsoft is using its latest innovations in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to help ophthalmologists diagnose and treat millions of eye patients in the Republic of India. Although the tech giant admits that its new tech is no replacement for visiting an eye doctor, Microsoft... Read more
Many Britons Are Furious Over The "Yorkshire Ripper" Getting Free NHS Eye Surgery
The infamous "Yorkshire Ripper" has apparently been receiving free NHS eye care behind bars. It's just been discovered that Peter Sutcliffe, the now 70-year-old serial murderer, had at least one serious surgical operation within the past few weeks days.
Los Angeles Doctor Fights To Eradicate Serious Eye Diseases In The Developing World
One Los Angeles-based doctor believes he can totally eradicate a serious eye infection from the face of the earth. And if you think this man can't do it, well, just consider the fact that he has already restored the eyesight of thousands of people in third-world countries.
Inotek Pharmaceutical's Stock Plummets After A Failed Trial Of Glaucoma Drug
American biotech company Inotek Pharmaceuticals is having a rough start to the New Year. A new test found that Inotek's latest drug, trabodenoson, showed no greater efficacy than a placebo. After news of Inotek's test results came in, shares of the company's stock fell by around 71 percent in one... Read more
Augusta University Doctor Developing Drug For Diabetic Retinopathy
A Recent Study Reveals Novel Way To Examine The Retina For Glaucoma Prevention
A new study put out by the University of Rochester Medical Center details a brand new way for eye doctors to look at a patient's retinae. This non-invasive assessment tool may be the key to early detection of one of the... Read more
According To Scientists, All Our Eyes Are Brown
Quick, what's your eye colour? If you answered anything other than "brown," then, scientifically speaking, you're wrong.
A Canadian Miner Develops A Revolutionary Technology For Early Blindness Detection
The Canadian company DIAGNOS is excited to announce its "computer assisted retinal analysis" (CARA) technology to the world.
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