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Many retinal and optic nerve disorders have no effective therapy, or are treated incompletely and with considerable side effects. Recent advances have suggested the significant benefits associated with neuroprotection - that is, when treatment strategies are directed to photoreceptors, retinal ganglion cells, or other neural targets. Enter Ocular Neuroprotection, the only handbook of research methods in neuroprotection of ocular disease covering both laboratory and clinical levels, to aid researchers studying the prevention of neuronal death from these and other hard-to-treat ophthalmic disorders.