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.
The eyesight of millions may be saved thanks to Flinders University’s visionary genetic research which has been awarded more than $9 million in federal funding.
There is no cure for glaucoma but researchers hope that, through gene sequencing and stem cell work, they will be able to find ways to better treat those with the condition.
Eyemedics patients and staff participated in Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea on Wednesday 31st May. We raised $343.20 through a staff raffle and offering patients home made morning tea and a...
A HUGE THANK YOU TO EVERYONE that participated, sponsored and volunteered at the Pink & Blue Swim this year - with over 450 participants and raising $11,811 to be evenly distributed between Breast & Prostate Cancers. 100% of the money raised from both registrations and donations are donated.