Aniridia Canada Enters the 2019 Scotiabank Charity Challenge in Ottawa

For our 4th consecutive year we are entering the Charity Challenge in Ottawa to raise awareness and funds to support those with Aniridia. If you wish to participate or sponsor our team you can find the details on our events page: https://www.aniridia.ca/events/

No light perception acuity is a devastating but uncommon outcome of B-KPro surgery. Patients with aniridia appear to be at increased risk.


Childhood Glaucoma: Parents Are First Line of Defense


A diet high in Omega-3’s is crucial for eye health and for managing dry eye symptoms caused by malfunction of the tear glands
Research to reverse Glaucoma in Mice is encouraging

Scientists Reversed Glaucoma in Mice With the Help of a Single Gene

Grad relied on sight from one eye in playing volleyball – Daily Commercial: News

MOUNT DORA — Mount Dora Christian Academy volleyball player Meghan Chapman has played her favorite sport all four years of high school, and she impressed a scholarship committee with her ability to play with vision from only one eye. Source: Grad relied on sight from one eye in playing volleyball – Daily Commercial: News

Make A Miracle Conference

The Aniridia Foundation International and The University of British Columbia Department of Ophthalmology Presents The Ninth “Make a Miracle” Medical and Scientific Meeting August 13-15, 2015 Venue: University of British Columbia Eye Care Centre Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences 2550 Willow Street Vancouver, BC Canada V5Z 3N9 Keynote Speaker Peter A. Netland, MD, PhD…

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