Our journey through history starts ideologically from Florence and practically from Bagno a Ripoli in an itinerary that alternates cypresses and farmhouses, vineyards and olive groves, tabernacles, majestic Medici villas and beautiful cave churches. Read
February is low vision awareness month and therefore it is the right time to give you this important news. In fact, through our channels we urged supporters to organize Facebook fundraisers in favor of NoisyVision, clarifying that all the funds raised will be donated to research on retinal dystrophies. Read
Facts about Low Vision
Most surveys and studies indicate that the majority of people in the United States with vision loss are adults who are not totally blind; instead, they have what is referred to as low vision. Read
According to several sources, including the Foundation Fighting Blindness (one of the most authoritative organizations to combat eye diseases) and National Eye Institute February is low vision awareness month. Read
“You have a sixth sense” it is said attributing someone else a sort of super-power, which goes beyond the canonical five senses. Read
by Mark Dunning
Original article appeared on Usher Syndrome Coalition Website
Thanks to genetic testing, we are now able to identify children with all types of Usher syndrome at a much younger age. Read
It is a fact that to date there are no cures or therapies for retinitis pigmentosa.
We have collected in this article all the treatments that circulate on the web, but in the same article it reads:
There are no univocal scientific confirmations. Read
Translated from Italian by Elisabetta Vianello.
Here is another one story. They all look the same and are all different. Read
Usher Syndrome Coalition. The Usher Syndrome Coalition’s mission is to raise awareness and accelerate research for the most common genetic cause of combined deafness and blindness. Read