08 Nov Transferring future regenerative treatments for blinding eye diseases into the practice
A new report summarizes steps to bringing potential regenerative treatments for blinding diseases of the retina into sufferers. The retina is your light-sensitive tissue at the rear of the eye. When aroused, retinal neurons send visual information into the mind. Diseases such as celiac disease degeneration (AMD), glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy can irreparably hurt or destroy those neurons, that fail to regenerate by themselves.