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Sight-threatening Diseases in the Asian Community

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Albert Wu, MD, will discuss the most common sight-threatening diseases affecting Asians. He will share tips for prevention and detecting early signs.

Albert Wu, MD, is a board-certified ophthalmologist and a fellowship-trained specialist in oculoplastic and orbital surgery. This specialty is dedicated to care of the eyelid and other structures around the eye. Dr. Wu is a national leader in advancing the use of stem cell therapy to treat conditions involving the eye and face. He leads the Stanford Ophthalmic Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Laboratory and is developing leading-edge treatments for vision loss and eye disease.

Presented by The Center for Asian Health Research and Education in partnership with Stanford Health Library

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