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Welcome to the May issue of The Ophthalmologist! You’ll find the latest research in Upfront – our news segment – plus opinion pieces from some of ophthalmology’s brightest minds in In My View. This month, Philip Bloom argues that despite the influx of MIGS technologies, trabeculectomy is still the best “fit and forget” option in glaucoma surgery, and Anat Loewenstein explains why we need coordinated care for diabetic retinopathy patients. In our feature, Rethinking AMD, Phoebe Harkin talks to Greg Jackson about his dark adaptometer. In Practice features an article on eye drop application during Ramadan, and content based on forums organized by The Ophthalmologist, featuring a panel of ophthalmic experts. In NextGen, Sydney Tyson explains why complex drop regimens make life difficult for cataract patients and surgeons alike, and Neil Ebenezer discusses new techniques showing promising results for patients with LCA. In Profession, Mitchell Brinks tells us about a long-term partnership between OHSU and Myanmar, and Blake Williamson discusses psychological aspects of a successful FLACS consultation. Finally, we Sit Down With Elena Barraquer, Co-Owner of The Barraquer Clinic and Founder of the Elena Barraquer Fundación.