On this issue, I refuse to flinch an inch. You say, "It's not right to see doctors as a whole, like ruthless money makers with no ethics I believe...Till something ends up working". And WHO is supposed to find that 'something that ends up working'? You? Me? The Beatles? Or was it the eye profession? If it was the eye profession, and not the Beatles, who had the responsibility, the facilities, the money, the universities, the academic societies and the authority to test potential lens clarity agents which already reversed cataract, either in the lab or in animal models, over the last 50 years (see all my other posts in this Forum), then please tell me why on earth the eye profession never made even one single attempt to test any of said agents, let alone clinically apply them. Never.
As for advanced cataracts like yours and mine, don't despair. The AGE-crystallin crosslink breaker PTB was found, by biochemists working at the University of Arkansas, to partially restore the chaperone activity of alpha-crystallin in 2008. That is equivalent to partially restoring lens optical clarity, and if the lens were first softened with lipoic acid choline ester eye drops, I see no reason why even advanced cataract could not be reversed. If a post-treatment with nano-lanosterol were then given to stabilize the alpha-crystallin, I see no reason why the reversal would not be permanent. As I have said so many times before, if they HAD tested all those sightsaving agents in good faith, but had FAILED, then - and only then - I would have nothing to complain about. Did they test them? No, they didn't. If they did, please tell me what was tested, who tested it, when was it tested, where it was tested, and what were the results of the tests as judged by an impartial third party who can't be bought off to falsify the results.