World’s tiniest implant could be life-changing for the 3 million Americans with glaucoma
There are more than 3 million Americans living with glaucoma. As Baby Boomers march into their senior years, that number is inevitably going to go up.
Now, researchers at the University of Michigan have come up with a medical implant that measures just 1 millimeter, and it's changing the way we treat glaucoma.
Listen above to hear how the stents work, and why we're experiencing a "renaissance in glaucoma treatment" right now.