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The Ophthalmologist’s Advent Calendar 2023

December is upon us, and at The Ophthalmologist we are again reflecting on another year of ophthalmic innovation and research – as well as all the incredible articles that we’ve had the pleasure of publishing over the last 12 months. As we enjoyed this season of giving so much last year, we’re inviting you to once again join us on our festive journey of ophthalmic discovery. So, here’s your chance to enjoy our favorite articles of 2023 as we count down the days to Christmas.

Every door holds a new surprise – for today’s gift just click on the latest date!

What will you find behind today’s door…?

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About the Author
Oscelle Boye

Associate Editor, The Ophthalmologist

I have always been fascinated by stories. During my biomedical sciences degree, though I enjoyed wet lab sessions, I was truly in my element when sitting down to write up my results and find the stories within the data. Working at Texere gives me the opportunity to delve into a plethora of interesting stories, sharing them with a wide audience as I go.

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