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New Welsh 'Self-Test' to Cure Glaucoma, the Leading Cause of Preventable Blindness
Date:3/31/2008

MIAMI, March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the World Health Organization, more than five million people, mostly elderly blacks, but many Latinos and a few elderly Whites with their Glaucoma family members, needlessly suffer horribly from total incurable Glaucoma-Blindness ("White-Canes"). Most lack the opportunity to get tested for Earlier Glaucoma before Glaucoma slowly robbed them of all their sight. Dr. Robert Welsh, a Rotarian, a world-renowned Eye Surgeon and a leading Medical Missionary can help prevent 80,000 new totally blind Glaucoma cases a year through administering his new unique invention: The Welsh Glaucoma "Self-Test," and the New Welsh "T.V. Self-Test for Earlier Glaucoma," on all USA T.V. Stations.

Dr. Welsh said, "Elderly blacks are nine times more gene prone to developing blinding Glaucoma than other population groups where the severe threat of new total blindness from chronic Glaucoma can run as high as 80,000 newly blind cases per year. Early Glaucoma diagnosis and treatment can be made by working with Pastors at black churches throughout America."

The Newest Welsh "Self-Test" for Earlier Glaucoma may be awkward, but is also accurate. It involves holding one hand over the opposite eye and then using the free hand for "Finger-Wiggling," testing motion nasally in the eye, staring laterally, to detect reduced or lost "Nose Side Side-Vision," called a 95% Glaucoma diagnostic "Nasal-Step" loss. Nasal Steps should be either 80% above 180-degrees or below 15%. No insurance pays for Gross-Field Testing. Most Glaucoma experts and Glaucoma advisors have almost zero experience in Gross-Field Testing.

The new Welsh "Self-Test" for Glaucoma can be administered and explained on all USA T.V. Stations as the new "Welsh T.V. Self-Test" for Earlier Glaucoma and also used in 13,000 US black churches with simple Self-Test instructions from their Pastors. Pastors can scan their elderly black congregation in five minutes after sermons or
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SOURCE Dr. Robert Welsh, MD-Eye
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