Australian Researchers Develop a Superior Genetic Blood or Saliva Test for Detecting Glaucoma in High-risk Individuals
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Flinders University Professor of Ophthalmology Jamie Craig consulting with a patient. Credit: Flinders University Australian researchers have led the development of a promising new genetic test for glaucoma that can potentially...
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The head of ophthalmology at Flinders University has received a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) award for his investigation into genetic solutions for glaucoma.
Progress has been made in the effort to predict a person’s risk of developing glaucoma, after Australian research discovered new genetic markers related to the disease.
It takes a collaborative effort, supported by strong protocols, to provide the gold standard of glaucoma care that patients living in regional and remote Australia deserve.