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Private equity sees the billions in eye care as firms target high-profit procedures

Private equity sees the billions in eye care as firms target high-profit procedures

Cataract surgery associated with lower risk of dementia

Cataract surgery associated with lower risk of dementia

Laser treatment shows potential to transform glaucoma management in Africa

Laser treatment shows potential to transform glaucoma management in Africa

You’ve added your kids to your health plan. What about mom?

You’ve added your kids to your health plan. What about mom?

Study details the complex chemistry and ever-expanding uses of hyaluronic acid

Study details the complex chemistry and ever-expanding uses of hyaluronic acid

Smartphones could be used to reveal early-warning signs of glaucoma

Smartphones could be used to reveal early-warning signs of glaucoma

Researchers develop first biohybrid artificial retina with silk fibroin and retinal cells

Researchers develop first biohybrid artificial retina with silk fibroin and retinal cells

New ultrafast 3D clinical imaging system could improve LASIK surgery, diagnosis of eye diseases

New ultrafast 3D clinical imaging system could improve LASIK surgery, diagnosis of eye diseases

Biomarker for earlier diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases detected in the eye

Biomarker for earlier diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases detected in the eye

UC Davis uses microneedles to deliver gene therapy for retinal diseases

UC Davis uses microneedles to deliver gene therapy for retinal diseases

Study reveals new insight into Fuchs’ endothelial corneal dystrophy

Study reveals new insight into Fuchs’ endothelial corneal dystrophy

Gene therapy approach could pave the way for treatment of Stargardt disease

Gene therapy approach could pave the way for treatment of Stargardt disease

Terminally ill scientist replumbed as a Cyborg

Terminally ill scientist replumbed as a Cyborg

Cataract surgery can make a patient 48% safer on the road, study shows

Cataract surgery can make a patient 48% safer on the road, study shows

Low levels of certain eye proteins could serve as predictor for Alzheimer’s

Low levels of certain eye proteins could serve as predictor for Alzheimer’s

Proteins in the eye may be potential source for cost-effective test to predict Alzheimer's disease

Proteins in the eye may be potential source for cost-effective test to predict Alzheimer's disease

People with sight problems could benefit from new surgical trial

People with sight problems could benefit from new surgical trial

Newly developed biological system lets cells to create self-curving cornea

Newly developed biological system lets cells to create self-curving cornea

Russian physicists develop method for narrowing emission spectrum of diode laser

Russian physicists develop method for narrowing emission spectrum of diode laser

As billions in tax dollars flow to private Medicaid plans, Who’s minding the store?

As billions in tax dollars flow to private Medicaid plans, Who’s minding the store?