A research paper is republished this month into the quality of life of people living with nystagmus. Professor Irene Gottlob and Dr Rebecca McLean from the University of Leicester shared their findings in the British Journal of Ophthalmology. Their report followed an extensive research study, funded jointly by the Nystagmus Network and Fight for Sight. The purpose was to measure the adverse effects of living with nystagmus across a range of areas of everyday life, with a view to developing a Quality of Life tool. It was concluded that nystagmus does indeed affect every aspect of life.