Dr Brian DeBroff is a Professor of Ophthalmology
and Visual Science at the School of Medicine in Yale University. He is also the President of a
non-profit humanitarian organization named Distressed Children and Infants
This organization is presently taking care of nearly 800 poor
and disadvantaged children in Bangladesh.
In its Sun Child Adoption Program, Dr
DeBroff recently developed a technique of cataract surgery by which congenital
blindness can be treated.
He practices the latest techniques in
adult and pediatric cataract surgery, including complicated and traumatic
anterior segment surgery. Dr. DeBroff also performs ReSTOR lens implant which
improves and increases visual acuity for patients undergoing cataract surgery.
In this exclusive interview with VOA Bangla
Service Dr Brian DeBroff explains his new technique by which he treated many
children in Bangladesh.