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Aug 2021
Glaucoma Genes Associated with High Caffeine Consumption
Analysis of 120,000 records held on the UK Biobank, a large-scale population-based biomedical database, has shed light on the role of genetics and diet in glaucoma...
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Aug 2021
The Stages of Glaucoma Progression
Glaucoma is a condition arising from progressive and irreversible damage to the optic nerve, and by viewing the images of each stage of glaucoma, we can better understand the progressive loss of the retinal nerve fibre layer (RNFL), and the visual changes associated with this disease...
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Jul 2021
Tony's Story
There are modern advancements in eye care every day so being diagnosed is the key to maintaining your sight, the earlier the better...
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Jul 2021
Glaucoma & Lifestyle: Q & A with Professor Robert Casson
Professor of Ophthalmology Robert Casson answers some common questions relating to lifestyle and glaucoma...
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Jul 2021
Bradley Lai - Volunteer Story
I began volunteering in 2019 because of my keen interest in engaging with the community and sharing my knowledge of eye health and glaucoma.
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Jul 2021
Janet’s Story
My reading is now very slow but I have managed to read some great literature, so one accepts and moves on. I have two daughters and both get their eyes checked regularly...
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Jul 2021
Karyn’s Story
I enjoy getting the Glaucoma Newsletter in the mail, and I regularly give a donation, as it is helping myself and others with glaucoma...
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Jul 2021
New Test 15 x Better for High Risk Glaucoma Detection
A new genetic test, performed on a blood or saliva sample, has the ability to identify 15 times more people at high risk of glaucoma than an existing genetic test...
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Jun 2021
Glaucoma Australia Quinlivan Grant Update
The TArgeting Metabolic INsufficiency in Glaucoma with nicotinamide (TAMING) trial is a world-first randomised-controlled clinical trial to be conducted in partnership with Glaucoma Australia and the Centre for Eye Research Australia...
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