Southwest Eye Institute is the 2nd in the U.S. to Offer Bowman Layer Transplant for Keratoconus
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Southwest Eye Institute is the 2nd in the U.S. to Offer Bowman Layer Transplant for Keratoconus

In a press release on PRWeb, the Southwest Eye Institute explains how Dr. Ahmed Soliman recently performed a Bowman layer transplant to treat keratoconus. This unique and minimally-invasive procedure, which…

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After Struggling With Keratoconus, This Man Helps Connect Rare Patients With Clinical Trials

According to a story from Buffalo News, Brett Perla was graduating high school when he first starting to experience symptoms of a rare condition of the cornea called keratoconus. This…

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After Struggle to Obtain Treatment, An Ontario Woman With Keratoconus Will Get Eyesight Saving Procedure
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After Struggle to Obtain Treatment, An Ontario Woman With Keratoconus Will Get Eyesight Saving Procedure

According to a story from cbc.ca, Michelle Boich, 33, was facing the prospect of blindness if she is unable to get access to a crucial procedure that could treat her…

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Rare Eye Condition Has a Treatment Breakthrough; Treats its First Patient
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Rare Eye Condition Has a Treatment Breakthrough; Treats its First Patient

The Loma Linda University Eye Institute in California performed its first-ever procedure using a FDA-approved procedure, which can deter the effects of keratoconus - a rare progressive disease of the cornea,…

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Aspiring Physician Assistant with Keratoconus Avoids Blindness with Experimental Cross-Linking Procedure
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Aspiring Physician Assistant with Keratoconus Avoids Blindness with Experimental Cross-Linking Procedure

In 2009 Emily Rochac Argueta realized her vision was rapidly deteriorating headed towards blindness, reported Times Union. The aspiring physician assistant was diagnosed with keratoconus, a rare eye disease that…

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