Corneal Transplant by Dr. Nisheeta Agarwala, Dr. Pradyna

Posted by : Dr Amrita Vaidya, 22 Dec 2011 05:39 AM
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More than 2 million Indians, a majority of them children, suffer from corneal blindness and another 25,000 are added to that number every year. Since there is no substitute for human tissue, the transplantation process depends upon the priceless gift of eye donation after death. To meet the requirements, eye donation has to be increased several times and this is possible only when the concept becomes a movement and spreads to all families. To read more download article ...
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