Blind British child hoping to see for the first time through stem cell therapy

22 years old British boy Joshua Clark is suffering from Optic Nerve Hypoplasia, an untreatable eyeblind-british-child condition that put him into the world of darkness.

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New CXL eye treatment save the eye sight of US gold medalist

Steven-HolcombA new breakthrough treatment save American pilot Steven Holcomb (who won the first bobsled gold medal ever for the United States in that event in 50 years) who was going blind due to a dangerous  eye condition known as keratoconus.

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There is only one proven treatment for cataract

cataractIf you surely wanted to get rid of your cataract then the only one sure and successful way to do it is to remove or extract it surgically and the lens is also required to be replaced by a artificial clear new one.

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To fill the gap between gender and eye care US NGOs join hands

US NGOs are determined to solve together the gender inequity in the delivery and uptake of eye care services. They want that millions of women and girls who would otherwise remain blind should have a chance to restore their vision and could attend school, return to work and care for their families.

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Eye care scheme for Boston University employees

Boston University's human resource office have set up an eye care benefit scheme for its employees through the New England Eye Institute(NEEI).

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Top 10 nutrients that can save your eyes

Good nutrition, proper rest and special remedies are the basic essential things to improve our eyesight. Excess sun light, cheap make-up products and over usage of eyes can harm eyes.

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Alcon and Mercy Ships joined hands to eradicate African blindness

africa-mercyAlcon the world's leading eye care company, who has been improving eye health and vision for more than 60 years, offers a  $50,000 grant to Mercy Ships for the expansion of the training component of the Mercy Vision program for Africa.

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American ophthalmologist performed free cataract surgeries in Vietnam

As soon as he left Vietnam, he wanted to go back again. This was the feelings of Dr. Robert Clark, an ophthalmologist with offices at the Woodland Health Center west of Brighton, after returning back from Vietnam trip.

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EyeCare America offers free Seniors Eye Care Programs

senior-eye-careEyeCare America is a public service program of the Foundation of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Since 1985 the  mission of the institute is to reduce avoidable blindness and severe visual impairment by raising awareness about eye disease and care, providing free eye health educational materials and facilitating access to medical eye care.

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Now blind people can enjoy pocket size library of audio books

audio-libraryThough it was expected earlier but late appearance is always better than never. Its a real pocket power library within a MP3 player for those who are suffering from vision impairment of blindness.

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