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Beryl
Apr 2020
Beryl's Story
I had re-entered the work force a few years before I was diagnosed. I had stopped having regular check-ups for several years as my glasses seemed perfect for my needs and I saw no reason to change them. 
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Male patient in hospital bed signing document
Apr 2020
MIGS Approved as Standalone Procedure
The long-awaited new Medicare Benefits Schedule item for minimally invasive glaucoma surgery as a standalone procedure has been approved...
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Scientists conducting meeting in board room
Apr 2020
Public Funding for Standalone MIGS Procedures a Step Closer
Government advisors recommend minimally invasive glaucoma surgery should be publicly funded as a standalone procedure...
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Virus cell
Apr 2020
Vision Australia Tele-health Services to Support Clients Through COVID-19
The organisation is urging the Australian health-care sector to continue to refer patients to Vision Australia for access to its specialist blindness and low vision services...
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Peter
Apr 2020
Peter's Story
My Glaucoma was firstly detected 13 years ago by a visit to the optician ...
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Lantern
Apr 2020
Don’t Drop Your Eye-Health in Ramadan
When it comes to fasting and the use of eye drops, be rest assured there is no need to compromise on faith nor your eye-health during Ramadan...
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Kitt
Apr 2020
Kitt's Story
I was born with congenital glaucoma in 2017, most people don't realise you can be born with this rare condition...
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Surgeons with arms crossed from waist down
Apr 2020
RANZCO Ready and Waiting For Return of Elective Surgeries
Once safe, it is especially important that vulnerable Australians are able to have their vision restored even during isolation...
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Yvonne
Mar 2020
Yvonne's Story
When I went for my reading glasses the optometrist sent me to the ophthalmologist, who told me I had Glaucoma.
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