Northwestern researchers’ glaucoma breakthrough prompts new treatment development

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Northwestern researchers’ glaucoma breakthrough prompts new treatment development

Scientists at Northwestern’s medical school have uncovered a new cause of the eye disease glaucoma, spurring their research on a new eye drop to more sustainably treat the condition, the University announced Wednesday. READ MORE…

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Northwestern researchers’ glaucoma breakthrough prompts new treatment development
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Scientists at Northwestern’s medical school have uncovered a new cause of the eye disease glaucoma, spurring their research on a new eye drop to more sustainably treat the condition, the University announced Wednesday.
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Louis Lipschultz

Dr. Lipschultz purchased what is now Southland Eye Associates, PC from Dr. Sol Rocke, in 1986. They enjoyed practicing together year after year, until Dr. Rocke's passing in 2010 at the age of 90. Dr. Lipschultz has been highly active in both optometric practice and industry. He was on the Advisory Board of Bausch and Lomb for many years, and has participated in market and clinical research projects from multiple companies. His passions in practice bridge the gamut of vision care issues: advanced contact lens fitting, detecting and managing diseases such as macular degeneration and glaucoma, as well as vision disorders in children.

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