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Welcome to the May issue of The Ophthalmologist. Upfront’s topics include the hidden tolls of AMD, and how retinal cells might be the answer to beating jet lag. In My View sees Caroline Baumal and Michael Stewart express their opinions on when to perform vitrectomy for retained lens fragments. In our Feature, the team behind the Arclight share their stories on their mission to transform global eyecare with a low cost ophthalmoscope. In Practice features Amar Agarwal describing the DMEK-like procedure, PDEK, and Felipe Medeiros explains why OCT alone can – and should – be used for treatment decisions in glaucoma. In NextGen, two researchers talk about their recent CRISPR work, and in Profession, Kevin Waltz offers his advice on “doing good” with responsible charitable work. Finally, we Sit Down With Alex Huang, Assistant Professor at the Doheny and Stein Eye Institutes.