Tissue donations advance care for corneal thinning

04/24/2013 | Welland Tribune (Ontario)

Corneal transplants can help people experiencing corneal thinning, or keratoconus, when corrective measures from eyeglasses to surgical techniques such as collagen cross-linking have been exhausted or are not an option, writes Dr. Richard Saari. Corneal donations have led to treatment advances and helped reduce the prevalence of blindness

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