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Understand Your Glaucoma Diagnosis

Glaucoma is diagnosed when your eye doctor detects damage to your optic nerve. This damage can occur with or without high eye pressure.

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2012 Research Update from Catalyst for a Cure

The goal of the Catalyst for a Cure research team is to find the earliest cellular events in glaucoma progression and to develop potential new therapies that directly target degeneration of the retina and optic nerve in the disease.

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New Class of Glaucoma Drugs on the Horizon

A new class of glaucoma drugs promises to act specifically on the eye’s drainage canals, called the trabecular meshwork, a main outflow and blockage site in glaucoma.

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2012 Research Grants

Glaucoma Research Foundation provides seed money for creative pilot research projects that hold promise. We consider it vital to invest funds in new high-impact research that may lead to major government and philanthropic support.

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Inaugural Glaucoma 360 a Great Success!

More than 350 attended the annual Glaucoma Research Foundation benefit gala and dinner held at the historic Palace Hotel in San Francisco on February 2, 2012.

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