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Successful young refractive specialists share their views on the future of the subspecialty, finding the best training, and making a great start in the refractive surgery space
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The good, the bad, and the new normal – how the pandemic has changed things for young ophthalmologists
An overview of important clinical data from experienced surgeons
With 75 million children to serve, America’s pediatric ophthalmologists face a tough task – and they are struggling to cope in the wake of COVID-19
Paulo Eduardo Stanga
It is your responsibility to encourage patients to join the SCOPE study
Why are patients with AMD at greater risk of developing severe COVID-19?
Alice T. Epitropoulos
Are sustained-release drugs the answer to ophthalmology’s topical drop problem?
For those living in Zaatari, the world's largest Syrian refugee camp, the privilege of eye care is far from guaranteed
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The SPECTRALIS: where high-resolution imaging meets pinpoint-precision diagnostics
Fight for Sight has partnered with the London School of Economics to highlight the personal and financial cost of sight loss in the UK
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Don’t miss the opportunity to experience a showcase of 8 start-up companies presenting innovative methods for ocular...
AAO 2020 will welcome delegates from around the world to discover the research, resources and vision, shaping the future...
Don’t miss the opportunity to experience a showcase of 8 start-up companies presenting innovative methods for ocular drug delivery. We will also feature a panel of experts who will discuss and debate the merits of various strategies.
AAO 2020 will welcome delegates from around the world to discover the research, resources and vision, shaping the future of ophthalmology.
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