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Jul 2024
Biomarkers Show How Glaucoma Patients Might Respond to Treatment

Researchers at University College London (UCL) and Moorfields Eye Hospital have found blood markers that can predict if glaucoma patients are likely to keep losing vision even after treatment.

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Jul 2024
AI Rivals Human Specialists in Retina and Glaucoma Management

Research suggests a large language model (LLM) artificial intelligence (AI) system can match, or sometimes do better than, human eye doctors in diagnosing and treating patients with glaucoma and retina disease.

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Jul 2024
Kenneth's Story

Kenneth's glaucoma journey started with headaches from his teens until age 48 when family history prompted testing, revealing high eye pressure.

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Jul 2024
Smart CL Monitors IOP Across Temperatures

Researchers have developed a prototype ‘smart’ contact lens that can accurately measure eye pressure regardless of temperature, according to a study published in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces. 

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Clinical Professor Ivan Goldberg AM
May 2024
Ros's Story

Luckily, I was able to see Professor Ivan Goldberg in Sydney, where I have had surgery on my left eye and treatment with drops, and many thorough check-ups and tests on both eyes.

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Global Accessibility Awareness Day, 16th May 2024. Celebrating the importance of talking, thinking, and learning about accessibility and inclusion. GAAD white logo on graphic, with an image of 2 people looking at a tablet and smiling. Blue background.
May 2024
Glaucoma Australia Supports Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2024

Thursday the 16th of May 2024, marks Global Accessibility Awareness Day, a key date in our calendar to get everyone talking, thinking, and learning about digital access and inclusion.

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May 2024
Glynn's Story

A couple of years later I developed traumatic glaucoma as a direct result of the surgery, and have received various treatments since, taking care of both eyes as a precaution.

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A young male optometrist wearing a white lab coat looking into the lens of a slit lamp.
May 2024
Performance and Safety of Optometrist-Delivered SLT for Glaucoma

During the past decade, glaucoma care in the UK has changed dramatically, with more non-medical ophthalmic practitioners involved. As such, optometrists and other non-medical professionals have been delivering laser treatments including SLT in the Hospital Eye Service (HES).

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Chair of Glaucoma Australia Research Committee, Professor Bang Bui
May 2024
Investing in Innovation: Glaucoma Australia Calls for Grant Applications

Funding research to enhance glaucoma detection, treatment, and the lives of individuals with glaucoma is fundamental to Glaucoma Australia's mission to prevent glaucoma blindness.

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