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  • Our mission:'To find a cure for Infantile Nystagmus'

    IN-vision is dedicated to furthering research into Infantile Nystagmus (IN), a little-known eye condition affecting young children for life.

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  • Patron's Blog

    The Great Thames Row

    17th–19th September 2016

    Our Patron, Naomi Riches, MBE will be attempting to set a new World Record for the fastest woman to row all 165 miles of the River Thames. The current record in a single skiff is 43 hours, 40 minutes and 56 seconds.

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  • We did it!

    IN-vision successfully funded research and clinical assessment equipment for the new Eye Movement nystagmus clinic at Plymouth Royal Eye Infirmary!

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    Audio interviews about Nystagmus on Hospital Radio Plymouth

    Listen to the interviews from Hospital Radio Plymouth below. The interviews are about Nystagmus and the new Eyelink machine Derriford…

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IN-vision is a UK charity dedicated to increasing awareness of Infantile Nystagmus (IN) and furthering research that will one day lead to a cure

Nystagmus?

Nystagmus is an eye condition that describes a rhythmic oscillation of the eyes. It can severely affect visual acuity and deeply impact upon quality of life.

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IN-vision aims to collate the most important research papers and developments in the field to encourage support of researchers from around the globe.

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If you are the parent/carer of a child that is newly diagnosed with Infantile Nystagmus and would prefer just to talk to someone, then IN-vision is here to help.

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IN-vision aims to collate the most important research papers and developments in the field to encourage support of researchers from around the globe.

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Patron's Blog

If you are the parent/carer of a child that is newly diagnosed with Infantile Nystagmus and would prefer just to talk to someone, then IN-vision is here to help.

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About the charity

Nystagmus is an eye condition that describes a rhythmic oscillation of the eyes. It can severely affect visual acuity and deeply impact upon quality of life.

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