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Light for Sight organizes the CXL Experts Meeting The CXL Experts Meeting is the largest international scientific congress dedicated entirely
World Keratoconus Day 2016 on November 10 See an eyecare professional, if you are between 8 and 40 years old
Noor Eye Clinic, Teheran. Our Light for Sight reference site in Teheran brings hope to a young Down Syndrome patient
Schweizer Illustrierte. Keratoconus treatment by cross-linking in children and adolescents, at the ELZA Institute. Read here (article in german).
Noor Eye Clinic, Teheran, Iran. Many thanks to our Reference Site in Teheran, Iran, for treating this 30 year-old Down
ELZA Institute, Dietikon Zurich, Switzerland. Mannie Ng is the reigning DSISO World Record Holder for the 100 m Back Stroke
Ocular Surgery News. Light for Sight is uniting clinical institutions, research groups, patient organizations and the private sector in order
European Society for Cataract and Refractive Surgery, annual meeting Barcelona 2015. The ELZA member Prof. Farhad Hafezi speaks about best
CXL for progressive keratoconus in a 12-year-old boy from San Francisco that came to ELZA for treatment. The topography shows
World Down Syndrome Day 2015, Greece. Ophthalmica.gr holds a press conference on the opening of the LfS21 Reference Center in
Prof. Hafezi gives an interview on pediatric cross-linking in children and adolescents, at the World Ophthalmology Congress in Tokyo in
Ophthalmology Times. Children and adolescents with keratoconus may have rapid progression between the ages of 8 and 19 years and
Sheraz Daya on a humanitarian mission in Tanzania. The corneal cross-linking device was provided by the Light for Sight foundation.
Prof. Renato Ambrosio from our Light for Sight reference site in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Read here (Article in Portuguese).
Dr. Kristina Mikek, from the Light for Sight reference site in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Read the article here (Article in Slovenian).
EyeWorld USA. Read the article here.
Keratoconus is much more frequent in people with Down Syndrome. Read here.
Corneal cross-linking in children and adolescents at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology in Chicago.
Journal of Refractive Surgery. ELZA members published the first major study on Cross-Linking for keratoconus in children and adolescents. Read