HCP News and Events
Video: Cataract Surgery Changes Lives; Ophthalmology On the Rise in Ghana; Resident Making a Difference in Ethiopia; Nepal Relief Update
More than 2,300 surgeries performed in Ethiopia over 12 days in early May; MOU to solidify collaboration between HCP and Ministry of Health in Ethiopia; First female head of the Ophthalmology Department at Menelik II Hospital; Trainees from Ghana and Myanmar; Nepal earthquake relief update
The earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25, 2015, left thousands of people homeless, helpless and broken. HCP has vowed to be part of their healing process. Thanks to your generosity, the help of our international partners and the hard-working team on the ground at the Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology in Nepal, we are doing just that.
The Himalayan Cataract Project will be helping fund direct relief and free treatment for trauma victims with a special account, NEPAL RELIEF. 100% of funds raised will go directly to the relief effort coordinated by Dr. Ruit in Nepal.
HCP in the Media
In a video interview with Dr. Patrick Gentempo, Dr. Tabin shares many stories, including his quest to conquer ‘The Greatest Mountain of Them All.’
A CNN report, “Sight for sore eyes: ‘Maverick’ doctor who restored the vision of 100,000 people,” features HCP Co-Founder Dr. Sanduk Ruit.
A blog post in honor of World Sight Day.
The newspaper reports on an event at University of Michigan that featured Dr. Sanduk Ruit.
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Together with collaborators from the U.S., Tilganga has carried out a study to test screening patients for glaucoma with an iPad app.
“A Randomized, Single-Center Study of Equivalence of 2 Intraocular Lenses Used in Cataract Surgery,” published in Ophthalmology in 2013.
Published in Indian Journal of Ophthalmology in 2012.