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Light for Sight is uniting clinical institutions, research groups, patient organizations and the private sector, with a single focus: to eliminate severe visual impairment among all children and adolescents with keratoconus.

Our flagship program is “Light for Sight 21”, which aims to reduce severe visual impairment among children and adolescents with Down Syndrome – who have a very high prevalence of the disease.

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What we do

Outreach: To promote awareness among patient groups (and families)

Education: To improve (vision) healthcare professional awareness

Partners: To create a network of screening/treatment referral sites

Financing: To provide medical coverage for at-need patients

Research: To investigate, understand and treat the cause of keratoconus

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Emilio Torres interviews Riccardo Vinciguerra and Bernardo Lopes

Emilio, Riccardo and Bernardo got together during the 2018 CXL Experts' Meeting in Zurich to discuss the early detection of ...
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Emilio Torres interviews Rohit Shetty

Emilio and Rohit sat down during the 2018 CXL Experts' Meeting in Zurich to discuss combining CXL and PRK to ...
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Emilio Torres interviews Frederik Raiskup

Emilio and Federik got together during the 2018 CXL Experts' Meeting in Zurich to discuss how much life is left ...
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Theo Seiler and John Marshall… interview each other

Theo and John sat down at the 2018 CXL Experts' Meeting in Zurich to reminisce (and joke) about their adventures ...
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Emilio Torres interviews Theo G. Seiler.

During the 2018 CXL Experts' Meeting, held in Zurich, Switzerland, Emilio Torres found the time to interview Theo G. Seiler ...
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Three forces combine to fight one disease

Swiss National “Future Day,” Light for Sight Foundation & World Keratoconus Day Thursday, November 8, 2018 was the Swiss National ...
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