Is This the Best We Can Do?

Davinder S. Grover, MD, MPH When I first entered the field of glaucoma, I considered the standard of care and thought to myself, “Is this the best we can do?” As someone with a propensity to think outside the box and challenge the status quo, I recognized a significant need for improvement early in my… Continue reading Is This the Best We Can Do?

Cardiovascular Disease Predicts Structural and Functional Progression in Early Glaucoma

Purpose: To investigate the association between cardiovascular disease and baseline structural defects and disease progression in glaucoma. Design: Prospective, longitudinal study of preperimetric and perimetric glaucoma. Participants: Two thousand six hundred twenty-eight eyes from 1314 participants recruited to the Progression Risk of Glaucoma: Relevant SNPs with Significant Association (PROGRESSA) study were evaluated for baseline and… Continue reading Cardiovascular Disease Predicts Structural and Functional Progression in Early Glaucoma

Recovery after spinal cord injury

Spinal cord injury (SCI) often causes severe and permanent disabilities due to the regenerative failure of severed axons. Here we report significant locomotor recovery of both hindlimbs after a complete spinal cord crush. This is achieved by the unilateral transduction of cortical motoneurons with an AAV expressing hyper-IL-6 (hIL-6), a potent designer cytokine stimulating JAK/STAT3 signaling… Continue reading Recovery after spinal cord injury

Reversing aging in the eye

Scientists develop a gene therapy to reverse age-related vision loss andglaucoma damage in mice Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI) scientists are part of a team that has successfully restored vision in mice by turning back the clock in aged eye cells in the retina to recapture youthful gene function. The team’s work, published in the journal Nature, is the… Continue reading Reversing aging in the eye

North Texas Tissue Donors Aiding Others Around the World

This is an excerpt of an article that originally appeared on the UT Southwestern Medical Center website. To view the article in it’s entirety, please click on the “Read More” link at the bottom of the page. Transplant Services Center at UT Southwestern Medical Center recently provided 46 ocular allografts for transplant to support two Dallas… Continue reading North Texas Tissue Donors Aiding Others Around the World

Providing Care

Cure Glaucoma works tirelessly around the world to provide care and treatment for those suffering from glaucoma. Take a look at this article about our most recent trip to Kenya, along with some pictures… 9,000 Miles from Home – Cure Glaucoma’s Recent Trip to Africa On the east coast of Africa, positioned along the Indian Ocean,… Continue reading Providing Care

Pioneering Research

At Cure Glaucoma, we are dedicated to pioneering research for the cure and treatment of Glaucoma.

Preserving Livelihood.

Through research and care, Cure Glaucoma is working to preserve the livelihood of those living with glaucoma. We are able to do this through our excellent programs: Accessible Patient Care We provide care to needy patients at risk of delaying necessary glaucoma care [Read More…]. Transformational Research We fund pioneering research aimed at identifying novel treatments with… Continue reading Preserving Livelihood.