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About Glaucoma

This is a simulation of how Glaucoma may affect your vision.

Photograph of scenery unchanged Photograph of scenery with simulation of Glaucoma

Glaucoma is the name for a group of conditions which affect the optic nerve and affects two in every 100 people over the age of 40. People may have glaucoma and not know it as in the early stages there are usually no symptoms. 40% of the optic nerve can be damaged before any vision loss is even noticed and the damage cannot be reversed so it is important to have regular eye tests. Anyone can develop glaucoma but the risk increases as you get older.

Further information about glaucoma can be found on the International Glaucoma Association website.

Photograph of SRSBs Mobile Information Unit on Fargate

Our Community Engagement Team visit organisations and events across Sheffield and South Yorkshire to promote awareness about our services and about eye health

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Photograph of previous SRSB runners in Sheffield Peace Gardens

Experience the thrill of taking part in an abseil down the K2 Building in Hull. Everyone welcome to join this fundraising event

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