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Ellex reports positive results in first-line glaucoma treatment

Clinical trials of Ellex Medical Lasers’ selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT) have shown the procedure is a cost-effective alternative to eye drops and superior in treating open angle glaucoma (OAG) and ocular hypertension. Read more »

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Australian-led program to compile world-first corneal donation data

An Australian-led project run by the Global Alliance of Eye Bank Associations (GAEBA) will collate the world’s first international data set on corneal transplantation, donation and use from this year and beyond. Read more »

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OA plans to “inundate” MPs ahead of election

Optometry Australia (OA) has adopted a new digital lobbying tool that will enable its members to inundate federal politicians with thousands of key messages ahead of the 2019 general election. Read more »

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MDFA to distribute toolkits ahead of Macula Month

Macular Disease Foundation Australia (MDFA) will distribute digital toolkits to eyecare providers ahead of its month-long national awareness campaign, which this year will maintain a sharp focus on hereditary links associated with the disease. Read more »

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EssilorLuxottica releases first financial results

EssilorLuxottica has announced its first set of financial results as a merged entity, however, the company’s share price fell sharply due to apparent future governance concerns and the postponement of an investor day. Read more »

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Australian university lends support to Uganda optometry training program

Academics from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) will oversee the future development of Uganda’s first endorsed optometry degree, consolidating a major project that recently saw the country celebrate its first batch of homegrown optometrists. Read more »

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Australia’s largest glaucoma risk screening

Sydney’s Martin Place will be host to a public glaucoma risk screening, as well as free ice cream for those who participate, as part of World Glaucoma Week. Read more »

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Essilor launches program to target younger demographics

Essilor Australia has announced the launch of a new initiative designed to support optometrists and dispensers in selling Transitions lenses to young, fashion-conscious customers. Read more »

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Survey: Australians lack awareness of UV risk to eye health

The mainstream media’s focus on blue light filters and consumer confusion may be contributing to Australian’s poor understanding of the risks associated with ultraviolet (UV) light exposure. Read more »

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Pioneering surgeon completes world’s first AMD gene therapy

A University of Oxford professor who conducted the first gene therapy trials in two rare ocular diseases has now completed the same feat for age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Read more »

Research
Christmas berry could play role in fighting uveal melanoma

A chemical compound derived from the ardisia crenata plant, also known as Australian holly or Christmas berry, might be an effective tool in fighting uveal melanoma. Read more »

Events
World Glaucoma Congress 2019: Bound for Australia

This month, the world’s foremost glaucoma experts will come together in Melbourne to share research findings relating to all aspects of the disease. Ahead of the event, INSIGHT spoke to a number of those attending about the past, present and future of glaucoma. Read more »

International
Atrophic AMD drug put on the fast track for approval

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has put a treatment for atrophic age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and Leber’s hereditary optic neuropathy on the fast track for approval. Read more »

International
Infant dies from complications post glaucoma surgery

A Hong Kong infant who died in mysterious circumstances after undergoing glaucoma surgery may have suffered anesthesia-associated complications, an inquest into the death has heard. Read more »

Research
Getting Australians thinking about Glaucoma

With the 8th World Glaucoma Congress right around the corner, CALLUM GLENNEN reports Glaucoma Australia is preparing a wealth of initiatives to improve national understanding of the condition. Read more »

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