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International Survey Shows People Over Forty Ignore Risk of Blindness
uusjio | October 2, 2007 at 05:38 pmby
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"Glaucoma is not just a disease of the elderly. Now is the time to change the public mindset about glaucoma," said Scott Christensen, President of the World Glaucoma Patient Association and President and Chief Executive Officer of The Glaucoma Foundation. "People over the age of 40 need to make eye health a priority by having a complete eye examination every two years to ensure detection of glaucoma before any vision loss is experienced."