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Biomarkers for Glaucoma

What is a biomarker? A biomarker is an indicator of a biological condition that, in some cases, can assist in the diagnosis and management of disease.

CFC1 glaucoma researchers photographed in 2012

Catalyst for a Cure Roundtable (CFC1)

These videos with the Catalyst for a Cure researchers were filmed during a roundtable interview discussion in January 2011 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco.

Laboratory image of retinal nerve cells from glaucoma researchers

Catalyst for a Cure 2011 Progress Report

The research team identified a period of vulnerability for retinal ganglion cells early in the disease, when these cells are more sensitive to metabolic insults and stressors.

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