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10.01.2018

Charity Groups Help Cameroon's Most Vulnerable Cataract Patients

Various foundations have just donated a $2 million loan to help Cameroon's eye care system. Specifically, this money will help increase the number of cataract surgeries the country can perform annually.

All of the money from this loan goes straight to the Magrabi ICO Cameroon Eye Institute... Read more


09.01.2018

Tech Experts Discussed Potentials Of Graphene Technology At 2017 New Statesman Emerging Technology Conference

One major topic of discussion at this year's New Statesman Emerging Technology Conference was the potential uses for graphene in the future of healthcare. Many scientists believe innovations in this field could help doctors scan for cancerous... Read more


09.01.2018

New Macular Centre for AMD Patients Opens In Bradford

People with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) in Bradford, West Yorkshire, can now get at check-up at the new Bradford Macular Centre. Both the Bradford Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust... Read more


05.01.2018

Researchers Suggest New Way To Approach Glaucoma With 3D Printing

An American 3D printing lab believes it's created a novel way for eye doctors to study glaucoma. By producing 3D images of the eye's trabecular meshwork (TM), these researchers... Read more


02.01.2018

Royal Blind Gave Away £160,000 In Eye Research Grants Last Year

Scottish charity group Royal Blind announced that it gave away £160,000 in grants in the past year to help fund research into major eye diseases. Members of Royal Blind hope that this new research will help future eye doctors prevent and treat potentially... Read more


01.01.2018

Scientists Develop Electronic Sensors That Can Dissolve In The Eye

Researchers in the USA and China have just developed incredible electronic devices that can totally disintegrate in a person's eyes. Health experts believe these new environmentally friendly devices could dramatically help eye doctors in the future.

Developers made these devices by placing... Read more


30.12.2017

Shamir UK Shows Off New Autograph InTouch Contacts

The manufacturer Shamir UK has just released a brand new line of contacts ideal for smartphone addicts. Called Autograph InTouch, these soft multi-purpose contacts have special As-Worn technology that... Read more


28.12.2017

SMHS Hospital Performs Three Successful Corneal Transplants

Eye surgeons at the SMHS Hospital in Karan Nagar, Srinagar, have just performed three successful corneal transplants. Amazingly, all of the formerly blind patients that were operated on can now see... Read more


27.12.2017

The New £10 Note Will Feature Raised Dots For The Visually Impaired

Employees at the Bank of England proudly announced that the new £10 note will be designed with raised dots to help the UK's visually impaired. This is yet another victory for the Royal National Institute of Blind People... Read more


21.12.2017

UK Study Shows Visually Impaired People Get Less Exercise Than People With Normal Vision

A new report on the challenges visually impaired people face getting enough exercise per week was a major topic at this year's Essilor University and College Symposium. Dr. Keziah Latham, a reader at Anglia Ruskin University's Visual Function and Physiology Research Group, was the lead author on... Read more


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