A recent medical development for the treatment of aniridia, and other related vision impairment problems, such as glaucoma, lens coloboma, and cataracts has been found in surgery involving the implantation of rings into the capsular bag of the eye. Click here to read more
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Students, including Nadira Calderon who has aniridia, of the Braille Institute of Los Angeles learn to surf at local Manhattan Beach, though a partnership with Learn to Surf LA. These students are defying the odds of what’s possible with vision impairment. Click here to read more
Madeleine Babcock is a fearless, champion swimmer with aniridia and glaucoma, vying for a chance to compete in the Rio Olympic games. At just 12, she is aiming for a spot on the US Paralympic Team. Click here to read more
For the first time, a 12-year-old girl who is legally blind due to aniridia, was able to see clearly with the help of the breakthrough eSight technology. Normally unable to see across a room, she experienced 20/20 vision for the first time using eSight electronic glasses. Click here to read more
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