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Copies of the Twenty-Fifth edition of the EEBA Annual Directory and the Abstract Book from the XXIX Annual Meeting of the European Eye Bank Association (19-21 January 2017, Prague) can be accessed from the EEBA 'Archive' on the protected Members Area of the EEBA website...

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Copies of the revised EEBA Rules (Revision 2) and the Technical Guidelines for Ocular Tissue (Revision 8), both of which were approved on Saturday 21 January 2017 at the EEBA Business Meeting in Prague, are now available on the EEBA website (click here)...

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13 October marks World Sight Day, which stimulates the eye health community to draw attention on a global level about Blindness and vision impairment...

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The Europeaqn Commission has published their Implementation Report on the Tissues and Cells legislation, a copy of which can be found via this news link: http://ec...

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EEBA is delighted to inform its Members of the opportunity to obtain online access to the recently produced ā€œGuide to the quality and safety of tissues and cells for human application (2nd Edition)ā€, published by the European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines & Health Care (EDQM) at the Council of Europe...

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Copies of the Twenty-Fourth edition of the EEBA Annual Directory and the Abstract Book from the XXVIII Annual EEBA Meeting can be accessed from the EEBA 'Archive' on the protected Members Area of the EEBA web-site...

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Applications are welcome for the three innovative EEBA funding initiatives, specifically targeted at Young Technicians, Experienced Eye Bankers, and Training Providers for New Eye Bankers, which are supported from funds donated by previous organisers of the EEBA Annual Meeting...

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Nine European subspecialty ophthalmology societies have decided to join forces in order to raise political and public awareness of ophthalmology...

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The Committee of the European Eye Bank Association recently ratified a statement, in response to discussions and codes of practice introduced in a number of Member States, expressing its deliberated experts view on whether pre-processing microbiology testing in the form of conjunctival and or corneal swabs are necessary and useful in reducing the risk of microbial transmission via corneal grafts...

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The questionnaires for the Twenty-Fourth edition of the EEBA Annual Directory are now available on-line...

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