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Augusta vision scientist receives grant to learn more about keratoconus’ causes and treatments

Augusta vision scientist receives grant to learn more about keratoconus’ causes and treatments

Fight for Sight funds research to investigate causes of keratoconus

Fight for Sight funds research to investigate causes of keratoconus

Clinical trial investigators found non-compliant with requirement to report results on EU register

Clinical trial investigators found non-compliant with requirement to report results on EU register

Researchers receive £1.3 million to develop sight-saving imaging technology

Researchers receive £1.3 million to develop sight-saving imaging technology

Low vitamin D may affect recovery of injured corneas

Low vitamin D may affect recovery of injured corneas

IQWiG finds both hint of benefit and harm from corneal collagen cross-linking for keratoconus

IQWiG finds both hint of benefit and harm from corneal collagen cross-linking for keratoconus

Innovative procedure may improve outcomes in people with keratoconus

Innovative procedure may improve outcomes in people with keratoconus

NIHR HSRIC experts identify innovative and promising treatments for corneal disorders

NIHR HSRIC experts identify innovative and promising treatments for corneal disorders

Gender matching key for corneal transplants? An interview with Professor Kaye

Gender matching key for corneal transplants? An interview with Professor Kaye

SeeAbility calls for free eye tests for people with learning disabilities in England

SeeAbility calls for free eye tests for people with learning disabilities in England

FDA approves Raindrop Near Vision Inlay device for patients with presbyopia

FDA approves Raindrop Near Vision Inlay device for patients with presbyopia

Eye donations: what stops people? An interview with Rory Passmore

Eye donations: what stops people? An interview with Rory Passmore

Controlling corneal blindness by 2030: an interview with Dr Pravin Vaddavalli

Controlling corneal blindness by 2030: an interview with Dr Pravin Vaddavalli

New light-based technique may offer improved treatment for eye problems

New light-based technique may offer improved treatment for eye problems

Study: British adults agree to donate heart, kidney and lungs, but not eyes for transplant

Study: British adults agree to donate heart, kidney and lungs, but not eyes for transplant

Study reveals another clue to workings of trachoma

Study reveals another clue to workings of trachoma

New clinical study reveals previously unknown risk factors linked to keratoconus

New clinical study reveals previously unknown risk factors linked to keratoconus

Laser eye surgery: a glimpse into the future - An interview with Professor Dan Reinstein

Laser eye surgery: a glimpse into the future - An interview with Professor Dan Reinstein

Gene therapy provides life-long protection to photoreceptor cells in animal model of retinitis pigmentosa

Gene therapy provides life-long protection to photoreceptor cells in animal model of retinitis pigmentosa

Leading causes of blindness can be detected by looking at how eyes respond to watching TV

Leading causes of blindness can be detected by looking at how eyes respond to watching TV