Dry-eye syndrome sufferers see light in new treatments

02/24/2004 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

A condition called dry-eye syndrome causes more than 10 million Americans to suffer significant discomfort from gritty, scratchy and parched eyes, but scientists are making progress in finding treatments. Promising new drugs are getting FDA approval and, in addition to over-the-counter "artificial tears," other treatments, such as omega-3 fatty acids supplements or fish consumption, are proving to be effective.

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