How do you tackle a global health problem that’s largely treatable, but the tools to diagnose it can’t reach its victims? Maybe an app is the answer.
There's now free software for your iPhone that lets you check for early signs of certain eye diseases. Read More
Almost every time reporters go out on assignment, they run across something unexpected that they just can't fit into the story they're working on.Read More
Texas doctors are working to develop a new and easy way to diagnose a rare but serious form of eye cancer.Read More
When Bryan and Elizabeth Shaw learned that their son Noah had a potentially deadly eye cancer, like a lot of people, they turned to their religious faith to help sustain them. But faith is also impelling Bryan Shaw to create software to detect eye cancer in children... Read More
Children with the disease develop tumors on their retinas at the back of their eyeballs. Shaw wants to make software that will recognize this leukocoria... Read More
Can parents use digital cameras and smart phones to potentially screen their children for the most common form of pediatric eye cancer? Baylor University and Harvard Medical School researchers believe so.... Read More