Premature infants develop an eye disease called retinopathy of prematurity, also known as ROP. Current treatments are invasive and have substantial side effects. Worse than that, even with treatment, 1000 U.S. babies are blinded from ROP each year. Worldwide, the number of children blind from ROP approaches 50,000. We aim to prevent ROP. With our technology, which uses just one drop of baby's blood, we can identify which preemies need an adjustment to their glucose levels to save their vision.
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