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Restore Vision 20/20 Research Awards: Developing Treatments to Restore Sight

In 2018 Fighting Blindness Canada (FBC) announced the first Restore Vision 20/20 research awards which support world-class research teams to develop therapeutic approaches for late-stage retinal degeneration, specifically retinitis pigmentosa (RP). Through…

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Comedy from the Couch returns September 25!

For the past 22 years, Fighting Blindness Canada’s (FBC) annual fundraising events Comic Vision and Last Call have delivered a night to remember, bringing supporters together to help raise over $10 million…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every aspect of our lives, including the provision of eye care in Canada. The impact on Canadians’ eye health is outlined in a new report released by…

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Your impact: How FBC funded research is leading the way to new treatments for retinal degeneration

Until recently there were no treatments for inherited retinal diseases (IRDs) but investments in research over the past decades have started to pay off. Treatments are now being tested and, in the…

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FBC Featured on AMI’s ‘The Pulse’ Podcast

Fighting Blindness Canada (FBC) is a proud partner of Accessible Media Inc. (AMI). To support Canadians living with vision loss by providing eye health information and educational resources, FBC and AMI collaborated…

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L’OCCITANE give $120K to support Canadian vision loss community

Fighting Blindness Canada (FBC) strives in building valuable relationships with its supporters and partners. Over a decade ago, FBC had the honour of being introduced to L’OCCITANE Canada and the L’OCCITANE Foundation,…

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