Insulin eye drop may lower IOP and more. Consequently, the FitEyes community has been closely following the news and research on the use of insulin to treat glaucoma. For background, please see these posts:
- Nasal Insulin may fight glaucoma | Ask FitEyes
- Are there any known side effects for Insulin eye drops? | Ask FitEyes
- Insulin eye drops to lower IOP and regenerate retinal ganglion cells | Ask FitEyes
Recently a FitEyes member noticed that all the information regarding insulin eye drops was suddenly removed from a glaucoma research foundation website without any explanation.
Another FitEyes member said:
I was told that I would be able to take part in the Stanford study on insulin eye drops. I was told to expect a phone call and to then be called in for the preliminary evaluation. But then nothing….. No contact whatsoever!
Checking the clinical trial website, we find that the study has stopped early but may start again.
|ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT04118920|
Recruitment Status : Suspended (Pending regulatory authority clearance)
First Posted : October 8, 2019
Last Update Posted : August 20, 2021