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Thanks for passing the informa was posted 05/23/2014 12:41 pm by Raymond
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Thanks for passing the information on. I was not able to get on the other board. To repeat. My wife had complained about the blurry vision. Initially we thought it was cataracts because of her age. But her optometrist said it was not cataracts. But he didn't say anything about the retina. The cataract or a bit cloudy but not severe enough to cause severe blurry vision that my wife had. Everything seemed to be distorted. So we went to see a ophthalmologist who said it was your retina. But he didn't know what to do so we were referred to a retinal specialist. He ascertained that it was the retina with spots of information and detachment. She was placed on steroid eyedrops and this problem seem to be improving her vision is almost back to normal. The retina specialist looked it up and said it was one of the rare side effects of Abraxane.

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