Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS) is a condition where a person with vision loss sees things that aren’t there (visual hallucinations). CBS is caused by the brain adjusting to significant vision loss and…Read More
This World Glaucoma Awareness Week we’re helping raise awareness by sharing valuable information about glaucoma and answering common questions surrounding symptoms, risk, and prevention. Keep reading to learn from ophthalmologist and glaucoma…Read More
Fighting Blindness Canada (FBC) is pleased to announce funding for a new research award focused on Stargardt disease. Dr. Bob Chow (University of Victoria) will be leading the project to understand the…Read More
With a prevalence of one in 1 million, adult Refsum disease (ARD) is an inherited metabolic disorder that is one of the rarest causes of retinitis pigmentosa. People with ARD have a…Read More
This White Cane Week we’re sharing an inspirational written piece from Fighting Blindness Canada’s very own Health Information Officer, Shari Shaw. Shari lives with retinitis pigmentosa (RP), an inherited retinal disease that…Read More
Current President and Owner of Fred Deeley Limited, and Past President of Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada, Malcolm Hunter helped bring hope this new year for over 1.5 million Canadians living with vision loss….Read More
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