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Business and Innovation

Business & Profession

Sight Unseen

| Phoebe Harkin

Are traditional glaucoma tests failing to detect central vision damage?

Subspecialties

Real Advances from Virtual Reality

Combining VR ‘gaming’ technology with advanced wireless electroencephalography may transform the monitoring and diagnosis of visual disorders – particularly glaucoma.

Business & Profession

Tackling the Root Cause of Genetic Blindness

Positive results spur a pivotal phase III trial for choroideremia gene therapy

Business & Profession

The Light Adjustable Lens

| Roy Freeman and Vance Thompson

Roy Freeman of RxSight guides us through the technology

Business & Profession

Twin Benefits

| Gary Wörtz

Keeping the future of ophthalmology open to adjustment and new technologies

Business & Profession

Building Blocks

| Harvey Uy

How modular technologies hold the promise of perfect vision for patients

Business & Profession

Adjusting to the Future

| Ruth Steer

Leading lights in the field of cataract and refractive surgery consider the impact of adjustable technologies

Business & Profession

A Perfect Solution?

| Ralph Chu

Why I think femtosecond laser adjustment of IOLs is the future of cataract and refractive surgery

Business & Profession

Perspectives from the Bench

| Liliana Werner

We discuss the potential of adjustable lens technology with Liliana Werner, one of the world leaders in IOL research.

Business & Profession

Focused on the Future

| George O. Waring IV

Looking ahead to the adjustable lens technologies of tomorrow

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