Carnosine Eye Drops are Reported to be a Good Cure for Cataract
Author: Ethan Finster
Scientists from Helmholtz Institute of Eye Disease in Moscow have done many kinds of experiments to test whether Carnosine eye drops are useful to treat the age-related cataracts in the last few years. In one of their clinical studies, the scientists recruited people who suffered cataracts for 2-21years as subjects. After treatment for 3 to 6 months with only n-alpha acetylcarnosine, all subjects have improved in their vision to a surprising extent. For those who suffered cataracts not for a long time, the treatment totally worked at a 100% effective rate, the treatment was proved effective every four persons in five even for those who have cataracts for the longest time.
Furthermore, Carnosine eye drops also can be used as precautionary measures for eye problems without side effects reported. The scientists tested the drops at the non-cataracts participants but with different kinds of other eye diseases, who had their ages from 48 to 60, finding that Carnosine eye drops can relieve eyestrain greatly improve eyesight.
Cataracts are the main cause of blindness in the world nowadays, accounting for about 42%, while the number is still increasing rapidly, regardless of many people's recovery by surgeries or other methods. According to the World Health Organization, 20% of the world's population will be over 65 years old in the following 25years, which will enlarge the cataract population and aggravate the situation. In USA, the doctors have to do about 1.35 million cataract surgeries each year, with a cost of astonishing .5 billion. For people from developing countries, they can't afford such expensive surgeries, even though they have no enough surgeons and a much higher proportion of cataracts. So this is great news to the whole world no matter now or in the coming years, as eye drops can be used to cure age-related cataracts.
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