Animals exposed to domestic tablets reduce 23% of the retina cells

Animals exposed to domestic tablets reduce 23% of the retina cells

January 2017: Animals exposed to domestic tablets reduce 23% of the retina cells and, in contrast, using Reticare mitigate the damage. The Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) presented and demonstrated that retina cells of lab animals, exposed to the illuminated light from tablets without protective filters, experienced a significant loss of 23% of their retina cells, in only three months. The study also demonstrated that when tablet screens were covered by Reticare protective filters, retinal cell death virtually disappeared. Two of Nobel Prize recipients (scientific advisors of Reticare), several international researchers and journalists were present at the release of the study at Harvard RCC (Cambridge-Massachusetts).

The lab animals exposed to tablets without protection lost 23% of the cells in only 3 months and, on the contrary, tablets with Reticare protection, there was no los.

UCM Experiments