Simple screening test for early Alzheimer’s?

Retinal imaging device manufacturer Optos and Amydis, which has developed a pipeline of compounds to detect amyloid proteins in the retina, are collaborating...

Colour blindness lenses for strong protans

A new kind of lens, specially engineered for people with strong protan-type colour vision deficiency has been released and the manufacturers claim it helps...

Stem cell therapy harm laid bare

A team of ophthalmologists says the amount of harm being done by unapproved stem cell therapy is underreported.The team went looking for scientific evidence...

Kiwi cataract surgeon recognised

Auckland Eye’s Dr Dean Corbett is only the second Kiwi ophthalmologist in history to be invited to join the prestigious International Intra-Ocular Implant...

Theatre offers smart glasses for the deaf

Britain’s National Theatre is offering audience members with hearing loss a service which displays captions on smart glasses during performances.The glasses...

Bionic eye restores Aussie patients’ sense of sight

Progress is being made with a bionic eye being developed in Australia, with medical researchers saying they have successfully restored a sense of vision...

ARCH aid for cataract patients

Cataract patients turned down for public hospital surgery and unable to fund their own can now have their cataracts treated for free thanks to the generosity...

Glaucoma studies and doctors’ mental health research funded

Two Flinders University eye research projects focusing on glaucoma and one looking for ways to reduce the suicide rate among doctors are among 35 new health...

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