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By Oakland University
For the past three months, a select group of six undergraduate students has worked with faculty in Oakland University's Eye Research Institute (ERI) on projects investigating causes and potential cures for eye diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts and...
By Visiongain
LONDON, UK, 25h February 2015: A new report by visiongain predicts that the world market for ophthalmic drugs will reach $22,915m in 2015.
By L V Prasad Eye Institute
LVPEI urges women to take lead in screening themselves and their family
By Aciont Inc
The National Eye Institute awarded a $2.03 million phase IIB grant to Aciont Inc. to fund the clinical development of a non-invasive, passive diffusion-based treatment for uveitis (referred to as DSP-Visulex-TM).
By MD Stem Cells
MD Stem Cells Reports Billion Cell Harvests For Eye Stem Cell Treatments in Florida.
By Susan Bennett Marketing & Media, L.C.
Scientists from the Schepens Eye Research Institute│ Massachusetts Eye and Ear, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, will be in Florida March 24-25 for the 18th Annual Vision Research Symposia hosted by Retina Consultants of Southwest Florida.
By Baystone Media
With the still rising risk of obesity in the United States and the detriment obesity has on eye health, Advanced Eye Care acknowledges the importance of reducing the rate of childhood obesity in Alabama.
By Doctors Vision Center
Dr. Peter Hollis, Medical Director at Doctors Vision Center, will be the featured speaker the “Living with Macular Degeneration” symposium on Saturday, Sept. 22, at North Carolina State University’s McKimmon Conference and Training Center.
By Brian Feldman
Latinos and African Americans Highest Populations at Risk Tested For Undetected Eye Disease and Visual Impairment 308 Individuals Screened In 4.5 Hours
By Glasses 4 Eyes
Vitamin D could hold the key to preventing the onset of a dangerous eye disease most common in women, according to new US research.
By OneMedPlace
OneMedPlace's Med Tech Sentinel features video profile and news coverage of the newest and most innovative developments in the life science and med tech industries. This week featuring, ScyFix.
By Macular Health
Researchers at the University of Alabama Birmingham recently released a study of patients taking Macular Health which represents the first-ever documentation of long-term improvement in eye health in age-related macular degeneration (AMD) patients.

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