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Professor Robert MacLaren performs gene therapy treatment on a patient with choroideremia. Image courtesy of John Hopkins University

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Gene therapy for incurable disease improves vision after 5 years

Choroideremia patients have gained or maintained vision five years after participating in the first gene therapy trial for the previously untreatable blinding condition. Read more »

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Novartis’ brolucizumab superior to aflibercept in neovascular AMD patients, study suggests

New trials have supported claims that brolucizumab is more effective than aflibercept in treating patients with neovascular age-related macular degeneration (nAMD). Read more »
Contact lenses are a potential alternative to delivering drugs

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Colour-changing CL to aid drug delivery into eye

Chinese scientists have engineered drug-delivering contact lenses that change colour to report exactly how much medicine has been released to the eye. Read more »
The key to the molecular switch was the ebb and flow of the thyroid hormone

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Retinas grown in lab to study colour vision

Biologists at Johns Hopkins University have grown retinas from scratch to determine how cells form to allow human colour vision. Read more »

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