Under Pressure: How Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery Saved a Promising, Young Student’s Eyesight

In March 2019, Namita Sarraf’s life changed. She began suffering episodes of redness, pain, and light sensitivity in her left eye that seemed to recur despite treatment by her ophthalmologist.…

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USC Dry Eye Center of Excellence Creates a Tear Biorepository for Identifying Biomarkers for Subtypes of Dry Eye

Affecting millions of Americans, especially the elderly, dry eye disease is one of the most common reasons for patient visits to an ophthalmologist. And yet, it remains a challenging condition…

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