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Orbit abseil fundraiser

Today I took a big leap to raise £1070 for aniridia. I abseiled 80 metres (262 feet) down the Orbit Tower in London. It was organised by Moorfields Eye Charity, and I was very keen to take on the challenge. … Continue reading

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System to measure treatment of Limbal stem cell deficency)

Scientists have established a system to measure the effectiveness of treatment for cornea disease in people with aniridia – caused by Limbal stem cell deficiency  (LSCD) This objective, standardised method allows the effect of a treatment on patients to be … Continue reading

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Returning to Moorfields for testing time

I just went for an appointment at Moorfields Eye Hospital for the first time in 15 years. When I became an adult and left London for university, Moorfields said I didn’t need to keep coming to them. Instead I could … Continue reading

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