It’s safe to say this year has been tumultuous, and there are still protests and marches taking place in different parts of the world.

In many of those protests police forces still use rubber bullets, tear gas, and pepper spray. We wrote about the AAO’s stance on these crowd dispersion methods back in June, in #NotOneMoreEye, and recently we published Ravi Goel’s column calling on his fellow ophthalmologists to speak out in your patients’ interests. Would you like to tell us what you think about this? Comment under one of these articles or send a message to Until next time, Aleksandra Jones, Editor. 

Safety First
11/03/2020 | Jason Bacharach
The pandemic has forced physicians to rethink glaucoma treatment – starting with updated tools and protocols for safety-conscious encounters
No Magic Bullet
11/02/2020 | Ravi Goel
Using your voice shouldn’t mean losing your vision – it’s time we take a stand against sight-threatening munitions
The Night Watch
11/10/2020 | Aleksandra Jones, Phoebe Harkin
Understanding retinal adaptation in photoreceptor degenerative diseases could inspire future treatments
Image of the Month: Under the Hood
11/23/2020 | Aleksandra Jones
The November image taken by Channdarith Kith
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