There are many different experiences among NAAION (also loosely called eye stroke) patients that they have shared in public. They can help physicians, researchers, family, friends, colleagues and other interested people better understand what the disease is and what the personal consequences are for the patients and even for all involved. Our context becomes far more clear than from the few instants patients may interact with others.

Here are just a few of their stories:

1. New York Times’ journalist Frank Bruni’s story ‘Am I Going Blind?‘ of February 23, 2018. Click here.

2. Fox 29’s local anchor reporter Chris O’Connell’s story ‘FOX 29 reporter shares medical journey after waking up blind in one eye‘ of May 19, 2016. Click here.

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