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University of Health and Allied Sciences discovers new cure for glaucoma

University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS), Ho, has made giant strides in the treatment of Glaucoma, an eye condition that causes irreversible blindness across the world, by introducing a painless and complication-free procedure called the Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS). Since 2014, many Ghanaians got MIGS and escaped from the lifelong everyday eye drops usage. Requiring just 10-minutess to complete the procedure, the MIGS involves the Surgeon creating a tiny channel, to relieve pressure off the eye causing some improved vision which ultimately eliminates the use of eye drops…

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