Vision For The Future Symposium
Saturday, March 8, 2014 from 8:00 am to 9:00 am
Continental Breakfast & Vendor Expo with the latest in adaptive technology equipment, services and other great products for the visually impaired.
9:00 am to 1:00 pm – Program at Exempla St. Joseph’s Hospital, Rainer Auditorium. Enter through Emergency room, close to 1950 Humboldt, Denver, CO 80218.
This symposium, hosted by Foundation Fighting Blindness is presented free of charge and is open to the community in order to present the latest updates to the research taking place on blinding eye diseases.
Did you know:
- that stem cell research has restored vision to people with AMD?
- that at least 6 more young adults have had their vision restored through gene therapy?
- that the LCA trial for gene therapy is now being done in both eyes and it’s working?
- that there is new technology in magnifiers and audio gadgets that make reading easier?
If you have RP, Stargardt, AMD and/or Usher syndrome, you will want to hear the exciting news about progress in human clinical trials and research! Bring your questions to ask the doctors about your specific issue. This will be an amazing event you won’t want to miss!
RSVP to: Denver@FightBlindness.org or 720-207-8362.