Eyedrops could replace spectacles

Israeli scientists at Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Medical Center and Bar-Ilan University have developed eyedrops that repair the corneas, improving near-sighted and far-sighted vision. The “nanodrops” are scheduled for human trials next year and could eventually replace multifocal lenses.



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3 Responses to Eyedrops could replace spectacles

  1. Beverly R Feiges says:

    I have macular degeneration, and am losing up close sight rapidly. If anything can be done, would like to know.

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