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Chances are that Tina and Emily would have never met. They live more than 1,000 miles apart – one in near perpetual rain in the northwest corner of the state, the other at the edge of the Mohave Desert, in
This Eye Donation Month, SightLife cordially invites you to our third annual Community of Compassion Virtual Celebration on Thursday, November 17 at 5:00 PM PT/8:00 PM ET, where we will honor our passionate community who help provide hope and healing through the gift of sight. SightLife donor families, recipients, donation partners, and
Corneal blindness is preventable in approximately 80% of cases worldwide. In many instances, all it takes is a trained person and a few dollars’ worth of antibiotics to save a person’s eyesight. One such success story is that of Rimsa,
Januka is competent to take care of eye issues. Januka was trained by SightLife in 2017 to identify and provide early treatment for corneal injuries and infections, under the Corneal Blindness Prevention program.
Alimun Nisha, a community health worker in India trained in primary eye care, used her own funds and family help to assist laborers quarantined by COVID-19
Jason K. Woody is the new CEO of the combined SightLife/LEITR eye bank and research institute
SightLife and Lions Eye Institute for Transplant and Research have joined to become the world's largest eye bank and research nonprofit.
Dyamond Abrantes was a remarkable young woman – bright, sparkling, and strong – just as her name suggests.
Her love for her family and friends was undeniable and she made it known daily through thoughtful gestures and affection.
SightLife and USAID have successfully completed a project in India that shared knowledge and skills for early treatment of eye injuries in children. The training prepared hundreds of health care professionals and allowed thousands of patients (including nearly 4,000 children) to
Isla Cameron was a bright, imaginative, and beautiful girl who only lived 10 years, but with enough spirit and joy to fill 10 lifetimes.
Her family's decision to donate her corneas restored sight for two different people, and offered her family