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The most common treatment for glaucoma is prescription eye drops, which lower the pressure inside the eye to reduce the risk of damage to the optic nerve.
Watch a lecture hosted by the Prevention of Blindness Society in which glaucoma expert Dr. Arthur Schwartz discusses the latest glaucoma research.
Watch a lecture which provides an introduction to glaucoma by Howard Weiss, MD, MPH, an ophthalmologist at Washington Eye Physicians and Surgeons.
The key to preventing glaucoma damage is early detection. Regular eye exams will let you know if you have glaucoma so you can start treatment immediately.
Did you know you can have cataracts and glaucoma at the same time? Learn more about treatment options if this happens to you.
Glaucoma is the most preventable cause of vision loss in the developed world, so it is important to get routine eye exams and understand glaucoma symptoms.
Glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness worldwide, but it is treatable if diagnosed early. Learn 5 ways you can manage glaucoma and prevent vision loss.
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