2nd Edinburgh Keratoconus Group meeting

2nd Edinburgh Keratoconus Group meeting

Posted on 17th November 2012

The Keratoconus Group is resourcing and self help group for people with keratoconus. Cameron Optometry has long been a supporter and we have often travelled to Glasgow to attend and speak at meetings.

With Ian’s help an Edinburgh based group was set up and has just had it’s second meeting here at the practice. Ian spoke about the latest advances in contact lenses and answered all sorts of questions about keratoconus.

They hope to run another meeting on another topic in Spring and we’ll keep you updated here. If you are interested in keratoconus or have the condition, you should join the group online at www.keratoconus-group.org.uk


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