Adhesive gel for corneas

Engineers at the University of California and Harvard Medical School have developed an adhesive gel that encourages the cornea to heal itself following...

Wearable devices: legal risk?

A blog for doctors in the US has highlighted the potential data security risks to the medical profession, as more and more wearable health devices become...

Eye test for Alzheimer’s?

Proteins in the eye could provide the basis for an accessible, cost-effective test to predict future Alzheimer's disease (AD), according to Boston Medical...

CAIRS better than ICRS?

A new technique for the treatment of keratoconus using corneal allogenic intrastromal ring segments (CAIRS) followed by crosslinking (CXL) may be a simple,...

Eye care calls for better IT connectivity

Community eye health representatives in the UK have told the National Health Service (NHS) they want funding for IT connectivity between optical practices...

Phase 3 success for allergy drug

Aldeyra Therapeutics has announced positive results from the Phase 3 ALLEVIATE Trial of reproxalap topical ophthalmic solution in patients with allergic...

CERA tests AI screening

New research led by the Centre for Eye Research Australia will test the effectiveness of an artificial intelligence (AI)-based technology in providing...

Companies join forces to bring RNAis to market

Alnylam and Regeneron announced they have joined forces in a multi-million dollar deal to discover, develop and commercialise new gene-regulating drugs...

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