SINGAPORE SCIENTISTS FIND GENES ASSOCIATED WITH GLAUCOMA, A MAJOR CAUSE OF EYE BLINDNESS


This provides further evidence that genetic factors play a role in development of PACG,” said Prof Aung. “It is a major achievement for our Singapore team leading the largest international consortium of doctors and scientists involved in glaucoma research. The results may lead to new insights into disease understanding and open the possibility of novel treatments in the future as well as the potential of early identification of people at risk of the disease.”

SINGAPORE SCIENTISTS FIND GENES ASSOCIATED WITH GLAUCOMA, A MAJOR CAUSE OF EYE BLINDNESS

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Kate Dunkin said...

This was a very informative post! My teacher was actually just telling me that genes could be associated with glaucoma. My dad is looking into Ophthalmology in San Diego for his glaucoma condition. Thank you for sharing this with us!

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