Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Scientists develop ‘contact lens’ patch to treat eye diseases

Scientists have developed a ‘contact lens’ patch with microneedles that could be a painless and efficient alternative to current methods of treating eye diseases such as glaucoma. Patients are unable to keep up with the prescribed regime of current localized treatment methods like eye drops, which are hindered by the eye’s natural defenses, blinking and tears. Eye injections can be painful and carry an infection risk and eye damage.