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Here, you can expect to find regular updates about the work and events of our non-profit
organisation success stories from our clients, and information about exciting developments
in optometry, ophthalmology and visual sciences.

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Nelson Mandela Month 2024

“It is still in your hands to combat poverty and inequity.” – Nelson Mandela Nelson Mandela Day is a global event celebrated every July 18th to honour Nelson Mandela’s life and enduring legacy. It is...

Myopia Awareness Week 2024

Myopia Awareness Week 2024 is from May 13th to 19th. Myopia, or near-sightedness, is an eye condition that causes distant objects to appear blurry. It is the most common refractive error, resulting...

World Glaucoma Day 2024

It’s Tuesday 12th March … Happy World Glaucoma Day! World Glaucoma Week (10 – 16th March 2024) is a collaborative effort between the World Glaucoma Association and the World Glaucoma...

In-vivo Confocal Microscopy

In-vivo confocal microscopy is a novel diagnostic tool that allows ophthalmologists to visualize the cornea and other structures within the eye in high resolution. High resolution, in-vivo imaging of...
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The future of corneal surgery

The future of corneal surgery is likely to be influenced by advances in technology and a growing understanding of corneal anatomy and physiology. Some of the key trends and developments in the future...
Modern style new year 2023 calendar template

Farewell to a very successful 2023!

Festive greetings from the Eyes2Eyes team. From the bottom of our hearts, we want to express our deepest gratitude to each and every one of you who supported our cause throughout the year. We are...

World Keratoconus Day (November 10th) 2023

Keratoconus (KC), covered in depth in our earlier blog post, is an uncommon degenerative eye condition characterised by the progressive thinning of the normally round and dome-shaped cornea. The...

Keratoconus (Cone Shaped Cornea)

The cornea is the clear front surface of the eye. Have you ever wondered about the significance of a Cone-Shaped Cornea is, and how it could affect vision? The word keratoconus comes from the Greek...

World Sight Day 2023

Happy World Sight Day 2023 from the Eyes2Eyes team!!! World Sight Day 2023 is an international awareness event that focuses on promoting understanding of vision impairment, blindness, and the...

Corneal Transplants in Ophthalmology

August was Organ Donor Awareness Month. Organ donation holds tremendous value in the field of Ophthalmology, as it offers hope and improved quality of life to many individuals suffering from vision...
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