“There are so many people in India that even patients with rare diseases can be found in sufficient numbers to conduct good scientific research”

Michael Hauser, a Duke professor of medicine and ophthalmology, who collaborates with an eye institute in Hyderabad, India to study a childhood form of glaucoma, was quoted in a recent article published on the Duke website about how Global Research can harness Domestic benefits. To prove his point, it was also mentioned that Hauser’s team in Durham were able to identify 75 patients with …