Stargardt

Star·gardt

(shtahr'gahrt),
Karl, German ophthalmologist, 1875-1927. See: Stargardt disease.
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Fourteen-year-old Abby, who suffers from Stargardt disease, a condition that leads to progressive vision deterioration, previously finished sixth in the Paralympics.
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Stargardt conveys a mass of detail, but in jumping from topic to topic and individual to individual, his attempt to integrate personal stories into the larger history leaves a sense of disjointedness.
The company is also planning to initiate a clinical trial evaluating emixustat in patients with Stargardt disease by early 2017.
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The discovery could also help children with Stargardt disease, the main cause of blindness in the young.
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