Exploring three key areas, causes, types, symptoms, diagnosis and treatments.
We’re here to support you through the challenges.
Our next digital support group is on 4 August at 7pm. Mr Jonathan Clarke, consultant ophthalmologist from Moorfields Eye Hospital and member of the DVLA drivers medical panel for vision, will be talking for our webinar.
Glaucoma UK is here to provide help, information and support to anyone affected by glaucoma. From our free glaucoma helpline to our buddy scheme, find out more about the many ways we can support you at every stage of your glaucoma journey.
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It is not uncommon for people with glaucoma to be affected by other eye conditions.
Dry eye, or dry eye disease (DED) is a common eye disorder where the eyes don’t make enough tears, or the tears evaporate too quickly.
We are working tirelessly to support UK researchers to shed light on early diagnosis, care and treatment that will help everyone affected by glaucoma.
From being diagnosed to getting to grips with treatments and how glaucoma affects everyday life, these stories give a voice to those who are dealing with the disease – and may be experiencing the same things as you or a member of your family.