It's Monday again, so we'll take a look at three news items related to visual impairment.
The Manx government has donated money to help eradicate trachoma in Guinea Bissau, in West Africa.
Read about it here. And if you are wondering what the Manx government is, it's the government of the Isle of Man. You can learn all kinds of information on this blog! (Isle of Man Today)
Injection treatment for macular degeneration may be available with eye drops, instead.
This is very good news for people who have to have injections to treat macular degeneration. Hopefully the eye drop therapy will be effective. Read about it here. (EurekaAlert.org)
ARISE Impact is a nonprofit providing education for people with visual impairments.
You can read about them here. (Huffington Post)
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