While researchers are actively seeking new therapies to treat glaucoma, the only proven treatment to prevent glaucoma from developing or getting worse is to lower the pressure in the eye.
The Catalyst For a Cure research team is enthusiastic about progress toward finding a cure. Find out why they are optimistic that they are zeroing in on some answers.
Canaloplasty is one of several new surgical alternatives to lower pressure for patients with glaucoma. It takes advantage of the eye’s drainage system to safely treat elevated pressure.
Glaucoma affects over 60 million people worldwide.
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