Research is to begin in London

We have received an update from Jen Ambrose, the founder of the Eye On Vision Foundation, the only charity supporting research into Visual Snow Syndrome:

“Patients have begun to be recruited for the imaging study in London, England. Within the next two months we hope to see the first patients being scanned for the MRI study. Continued funding is asked for as we are just in the beginning phases or research and want very much to see it continue. It costs almost $80,000 USD per year to employ one research doctor. We would love for you to become a monthly donor and help us achieve our research funding goals.”

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  1. Sherrie Contardi

    Just a thought to consider when conducting research…  My sister and I have been seeing visual snow as long as I can remember.  Thankfully, it hasn’t interfered too badly for any of us.  A few years ago, I had a positive Western Blot test for Lyme disease.  Four out of five of my children all see visual snow also.  One of our sons we know for certain has Lyme, and we’ve been suspecting it in our other children.  Lyme can be passed in-vitro.  All of the symptoms of the visual snow are also symptoms of Lyme.  (See

    The last I read, the origin of visual snow was still unknown.  Perhaps testing subjects for the presence of borrelia bacteria may potentially provide some answers.

    Thank you kindly for your consideration and honest desire to help those suffering!

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