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Mass. Eye and Ear Offering New, Non-Invasive Treatment to Stop Progressive Vision Loss in Patients with Keratoconus

Ophthalmologists at Massachusetts Eye and Ear are currently accepting patients who may be candidates for a newly FDA-approved outpatient procedure known as "corneal cross-linking." Corneal cross-linking is a stabilizing treatment to halt the progression of keratoconus, a degenerative eye condition in which the cornea becomes thin and irregularly shaped. Keratoconus can affect adults and children as young as preteenagers, and may result in progressive vision loss if left untreated.
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