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Experimental drug, implanted in eye, could fight glaucoma

(BrightFocus Foundation) An experimental drug, consisting of cells manufactured and implanted in the eye to stimulate optic nerve growth and activity, could be an entirely new way of fighting glaucoma, according to BrightFocus Foundation.
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