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Light mode vs. dark mode, Ortho-K lenses—and more!

Keratoconus Group
In this issue: Keratoconus Group’s 14th anniversary, the battle between light mode and dark mode, Ortho-K lenses and keratoconus, the latest news, community highlights, and more!
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April 20 is our 14th anniversary!
Tell your keratoconus story
Join us in celebrating our anniversary by sharing your stories and telling others how Keratoconus Group helped you through keratoconus challenges.
You can share your interesting photos and videos in our Reddit community and in our Facebook group.
If you post your photos on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook, give us a mention and we will be happy to share it with our community.
You can also send your keratoconus photos and stories to our email if you wish to share it on our website and Instagram:
Make #Keratoconus trending on Twitter
Help to make #Keratoconus hashtag trending on Twitter by sharing a glimpse of your keratoconus story in 280 characters or more!
Community highlights
We also asked this questions in our Reddit community. 346 out of 449 r/keratoconus members prefer dark mode over light mode, The Reddit poll is now closed, but you can click here to see the result.
What's new?
COVID-19 impacts keratoconus patients waiting for corneal crosslinking
Did you know?
Cornea has the highest concentration of nerve endings than any other part of the human body. The concentration of nerve endings in cornea is 200 to 300 times greater than that of the skin, which explains the extreme sensitivity and pain sensation of the cornea.
Photo by Paul Savage (CC BY)
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