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Alternative Drug Delivery Systems for Glaucoma

Several new and novel approaches to glaucoma drug delivery are in development, including a variety of amazing new technologies that may soon become available to improve the medical therapy of glaucoma.

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Imaging of the Optic Nerve: What is it and why is it needed?

Glaucoma specialists take pictures of the optic nerve in order to measure damage to this important cable that connects your eye to your brain. There are several types of pictures, and each one provides different information to your eye doctor.

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What's Important in the Management of your Glaucoma?

Glaucoma can be devastating, but with appropriate management progression can be slowed and the adverse effects minimized. Assessment of outcomes for glaucoma treatment is more than what is measured by IOP, visual fields, and visual acuity.

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Calkins Lab Seeks Neuroprotective Targets

A combination of factors slows the translation of experimental neuroprotective targets to the clinic. The Calkins research laboratory seeks to establish a target for neuroprotective glaucoma therapy that will establish feasibility and generate interest for human trials.

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Annual Dinner Honors Leaders in Glaucoma Philanthropy

More than 75 guests attended the Glaucoma Research Foundation's Annual Dinner at San Francisco's historic Palace Hotel on April 29.

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