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  • "A cataract is a change in the lens of the eye; the result is cloudiness as light is prevented from entering the eye properly. Glaucoma is a condition where a buildup of pressure in the eye causes damage to the optic nerve which is the vital link of the eye to the brain which processes visual information." https://www.sweye.com/blog/cataracts/the-differences-between-glaucoma-and-cataracts/ As for being related they both happen in the eye, affect your vision and they are both more common in people with diabetes. I think that's about it.

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