ADOA is an autosomally inherited disease that affects the optic nerves. It causes reduced visual acuity and is a contributing factor of blindness, vision loss or impairment, beginning in childhood.
While there is no cure for ADOA, we encourage you to learn more about the most current research conducted to help fight against this disease.
There are many ways you can help kids around the world fight blindness.
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The ADOA Association Donates $100,000 to the University at Buffalo for Optic Nerve Research
Join the ADOAA Fall Fundraiser on October 22!
ADOA Association launches a Give Back Program to support the low vision community