“In women with cataract, cataract surgery may decrease mortality risk related to multiple types of systemic illness.”

CATARACT SURGERY RESEARCH SHOWS IT MAY DECREASE MORTALITY RISKS FOR WOMEN – JAMA

This article in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) has reported a study of 74,044 participants of the Women’s Health Initiative, whom have cataracts, had a decreased risk for all-cause mortality and mortality attributed to vascular, cancer-related, accidental, neurologic, pulmonary, and infectious causes, post-surgery.

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“In women with cataract, cataract surgery may decrease mortality risk related to multiple types of systemic illness.”
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