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Welcome to the June issue of The Ophthalmologist North America. Upfront’s topics include amblyopia treatment based on virtual reality and the potential for patients with wet AMD to choose drops over injections. In My View sees Nader Bayoumi discuss when to perform congenital glaucoma surgery and Günther Grabner shares why solutions of the corneal plane are the best approach for presbyopia correction in younger patients. Our Feature explores the quest to develop non-invasive biomechanical assessments of the eye, and shares opinions from leading experts in the field. In Practice features Kenneth Beckman on how to achieve successful cataract surgery outcomes in the herpetic patient, and Soosan Jacob talks us through stab incision glaucoma surgery (SIGS) for open angle glaucoma. NextGen sees Stephen Lane discuss the evolution of the eyedrop for dry eye treatments. In Profession, Louis Pasquale explains why he thinks it is time to redefine primary open angle glaucoma (POAG) and Ian Catchpole tells a tale of why it is vital to publish negative results. Finally, we Sit Down With Bradley Straatsma, one of the founding fathers of the Jules Stein Eye Institute.