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Nov 2021
Anne's Story
After I explained to the optometrist that I had been seeing halos around street lights at night, and dark spots in the centre of my vision intermittently, they decided to test my pressures...
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Nov 2021
Eli's Story
'So here we are again, in the race to stop vision loss. The eye redness, the light sensitivity, the rubbing, the pain induced cry, the poor sleeps and hazy eyes...'
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Oct 2021
Helen's Story
I was first diagnosed when I had cataracts removed (both eyes) in 2000. I had an allergic reaction to the drops prescribed by my ophthalmologist...
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Oct 2021
Margaret's Story
In October, 1999, when I visited an optician he recommended for me to go to a specialist. He said that I had glaucoma and would need treatment and daily use of eye drops...
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Sep 2021
Faye’s Story
I continue to have 6 monthly checks, and so far am not too impacted with vision problems. My family are aware of the hereditary “trait”...
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Sep 2021
Navjit Kaur - Volunteer Story
It’s very different to go from reading about the disease in a textbook, to seeing how it changes people’s lives.
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Aug 2021
Susan's Story
In my forties, I began to need help with reading in poor light and fine print. I had my eyes tested and acquired reading glasses...
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Aug 2021
Lynette’s Story
My mum was diagnosed with glaucoma when I was very young, and by the time she was 80 years old, she was legally blind...
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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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