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Posted 3 days ago
View a series of videos about the challenges African ophthalmologists face when managing and treating glaucoma patients. Watch the first talk led by Franz Grehn, titled “Reduce Blindness from Glaucoma in Sub-Saharan Africa”. bit.ly/2IEt8bP ... See MoreSee Less
Join 11,000 international basic and clinical researchers at ARVO 2018, 29 April- 3 May 2018, and meet the World Glaucoma Association at booth #916 in the exhibition area. See you in Honolulu, Hawaii!
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As the practice of medicine is largely self-governing, member societies have a responsibility to ensure that their participation in such collaboration is not in conflict with their duties towards patients and their society. Read the full article on the World Glaucoma Association website. bit.ly/2DH77oN ... See MoreSee Less
Posted 5 days ago
We aspire in becoming the most important source of education for ophthalmologists and other healthcare providers related to glaucoma. On that note, we welcome you to download the Abstract E-book of WGC-2017.
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Posted 7 days ago
Attending the 8th World Glaucoma Association Congress in Melbourne is a great opportunity to explore Australia. Get a sneak peek of the tours you can add to your visit. www.worldglaucomacongress.org #WGC2019 ... See MoreSee Less
В Австралии живет и работает мой одногруппник Слава Андреев!! Ау!!!
Posted 1 week ago
In becoming a knowledge platform, World Glaucoma Association offers access to the Educational Portal that includes recorded sessions from past WGC’s. Today, we highlight a talk by Tin Aung, titled “Glaucoma Genetics: recent advances and future directions”. bit.ly/2DK13Md ... See MoreSee Less
See experts Pradeep Ramulu, August Colenbrander, Jack Cioffi, Geoff Pollard and Olusola Olawoye provide their insights at the ‘Patients at the Center of Glaucoma Care Symposium’ held at WGC-2017. bit.ly/2puobtj ... See MoreSee Less