Timberland is proud to announce the partnership with the ONLUS NoisyVision for the new Venture Out Together campaign with Greenstride Motion 6, in support of the community and inclusiveness in the outdoors. Read
The path of a degenerative disease leading to gradual loss of vision is very difficult.
There are no proven, one-size-fits-all tools to help cope with this deeply individual, lonely and unique situation. Read
Here you are desert.
Finally under my feet.
Before my weak eyes.
On my skin.
I was waiting for you. Read
I have ground sickness.
This means I’m not fully back yet.
I’m on land but I still have movement inside. Read
It is a common slogan that one that says to overcome one’s limits.
Man has always done it.
All discoveries, achievements are a consequence of overcoming limits. Read
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Virginie G. Peter,Mathieu Quinodoz,Silvia Sadio,Sebastian Held,Márcia Rodrigues,Marta Soares,Ana Berta Sousa,Luisa Coutinho Santos,Markus Damme,Carlo Rivolta
In murine and canine animal models, mutations in the Arylsulfatase G gene (ARSG) cause a particular lysosomal storage disorder characterized by neurological phenotypes. Read Read
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February 7, 2022: ProQR and the Usher Syndrome Coalition hosted a webinar about the newly announced clinical trials, “Sirius” and “Celeste,” for individuals with Usher syndrome type 2A (USH2A). Read
Having Difficulty Seeing?
25 Tips to Make the Most of Life with Low (or No) Vision
By Tom Van Arman
These tips are from the perspective of a person diagnosed with severe vision loss who has reasonably clear central vision and has difficulty hearing in noisy environments. Read