Science Briefs – Edition 24
Science Briefs – Edition 23
- Cape Coast teaching hospital cures more than 1000 from cataracts.
- First non-human primate found to have Usher Syndrome.
- Nigeria ends treatment for river blindness in four states.
- FDA approves new treatment for blindness in older people.
- And, about 18 articles about science, medicine and preventing blindness from all over the world.
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