Monthly Archives: April 2013

Do anyone’s eyes with aniridia have difficulty looking side ways?

Dr Joan Han, a physician at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, USA, who is researching aniridia and WAGR/11p deletion syndrome has a question for you: Do the eyes of anyone with aniridia not move fully to the side when … Continue reading

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Melatonin and sleep

Katie has recorded some points about melatonin, a supplement which some people with aniridia and other conditions use to aid their sleep. Note: Katie referred to the pituitary gland when she meant the pineal gland. Jenny has previously told her … Continue reading

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Dear David Cameron: What life is really like with aniridia and on benefits

Today government plans for the biggest shake-up of the welfare system for decades come in to force. Hundreds of thousands of households across the UK will be affected by the changes to benefits. An article in the Mirror last autumn featured … Continue reading

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