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12 Responses to 'Contact'

  1. Stella says:

    As an American with family members who are challenged with the onset of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), I am very interested in this research and the upcoming clinical trials. I am living in Japan and would like to know more……….

    • EyeOnTheCure says:

      Stella,

      Thank you for your comment. We often share the latest in AMD news on our website and here on the blog.

      There are a few places on our website that will provide some useful information on AMD, starting with our backgrounder section on this eye condition: http://goo.gl/nJ04y

      We often report on new research advancements and so we encourage you to check out our AMD news articles section as well: http://goo.gl/zlCw2

      We hope you find this information helpful. Please let us know if there is anything else we can help you with.

  2. Trisha Dodson says:

    I have a 8 year old daughter with stargarts would love to know more about this and how I could get her to in this clinical trial thanks

    • EyeOnTheCure says:

      Trisha, we would recommend that you visit http://www.ClinicalTrials.gov. We fund many clinical trials but do not operate the studies ourselves and so reaching out them directly may be the best way for you to find out more about where they are happening and if participating is an option.

      On http://www.ClinicalTrials.gov, which is maintained by the National Health Institute, you are able to search for Stargardt clinical trials by searching based on your disease. Each clinical trial listing will tell you more about what the study is about and how you can contact them to see if they are recruiting and what the participant criteria may be.

      We hope this information is helpful and encourage you to contact us for additional help at info@fightblindness.org for further information if needed.

  3. Dr hassan says:

    i have my sister suffering from RP , kindly help her to save her vision….

  4. Verónica says:

    Hola tengo dos niños con retina pigmentosa quisiera saber. Más información sobre. La enfermedad ya q me angustio mucho por ellos. Gracias

  5. Ann McAuliff says:

    I have RP. I was in the medical field. I had to give up my profession as well as privileges like driving, out door activities. Please contact me on RP clinical trials. Don’t have much sight left.

    • EyeOnTheCure says:

      Ann, we would recommend that you visit http://www.ClinicalTrials.gov. We fund many clinical trials but do not operate the studies ourselves and so reaching out them directly may be the best way for you to find out more about where they are happening and if participating is an option.

      On twww.ClinicalTrials.gov, which is maintained by the National Health Institute, you are able to search for clinical trials by searching based on your disease. Each clinical trial listing will tell you more about what the study is about and how you can contact them to see if they are recruiting and what the participant criteria may be.

      We hope this information is helpful and encourage you to contact us for additional help at info@fightblindness.org for further information if needed.

  6. dolly guha says:

    Respected Sir

    I am writing from India.

    My nephew who is just 18 years old has been diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa with loss of 30% peripheral vision at present.

    He can see fully during daytime but has night blindness at present.

    doctors here have categorically told us that there is no cure for this disease.

    My nephew is a Computer Science student in Indian Institute of Technology , one of India’s premier institutes. He is a brilliant student and was expecting to go abroad for further studies.

    As of now all that seems over.He is devastated by the news as are we.

    We have read about research in this area and are praying with all our heart that you have some ray of hope for us.

    Hoping to get some succour from you.Please help

    Thanking you

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