Who can be treated?
Only those with problems involving the eye surface in particular those patients who have Limbal stem cell deficiency. These include those who have had chemical (acid or alkaline), thermal injuries or Stevens Johnsons Syndrome, which have resulted in damage to the limbus. There are also a group of patients who have congenital deficiency of stem cells, including those with Aniridia and ectodermal dysplasia. Who cannot be treated by ex-vivo stem cell transplantation? Eye problems that do not involve the eye surface and cornea.