eye disease

Glaucoma patients could have “irreversible” eye damage reversed after a breakthrough in optical nerve treatment. The study
Vision loss that was previously considered irreversible can actually be partially reversed and patients given “significant
Research can make a huge difference, 25 years ago a corneal transplant had a 50/50 chance of success - now it has a 90 percent chance. Cataract procedures are now routine, laser eye surgery is nowadays a very safe procedure - but that is only through years of research.
A drug designed to fight cancer is as effective a treatment for a cause of blindness as a tailor-made product more than 10
Knowing what to expect from eye care professionals depends on good communication which can empower and reassure patients, as Liz Bestic discovers.
Drugs commonly used to help prevent osteoporosis may increase the risk of a serious inflammatory eye disease, Canadian researchers