Posted on 15th February 2012
The finding will give new hope for people who have been left blind and partially sighted by injuries to the cells. The scientists used an innovative technique to ‘knock out’ proteins that prevent damaged nerves from regenerating. Like most cells in the central nervous system, once optic nerves are damaged, they don’t re-grow but the team at Children’s Hospital, Boston have used a protein found in white blood cells which appears to stimulate neuron re-growth after damage.
04th October 2018
Cameron Optometry is an award-winning optometry practice and eyewear boutique, based in Edinburgh’s New Town. The practice is growing and is soon to open another consulting room, as such we are look...Read more
02nd October 2018
Great news! Cameron Optometry has been shortlisted for the UK Optical Team of the Year category at the AOP Awards. This is a real honour as the award recognises an optical team dedicated to deliv...Read more
27th September 2018
Italian designer FEB31st arrived at the Frame Room in Cameron Optometry in spring 2017. Offering hand-crafted wooden frames, which are entirely unique, the designer has already been a huge hit with ou...Read more