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Welcome to the August issue of The Ophthalmologist! Upfront’s topics include entering the gene therapy era and how lifting weights might affect patients with glaucoma. In My View sees Deepinder Dhaliwal visit the controversial topic of refractive surgery for myopic children, and Judy Kim shares why adaptive imaging technology will be key in the management of retinal diseases. In our Feature, Rajesh Rao visits the exciting topic of precision medicine, sharing the work that he and his team are doing to help patients with ocular cancers access more targeted treatments. NextGen sees Raunak Sinha discuss new findings of foveal function and we benchmark the retinal detachment literature. In Profession, Anton Tjust discusses how the extraocular muscles might help further the understanding of the deadly and devastating disease, ALS. Finally, we Sit Down With Gullapalli Rao, Chairman and Founder of the L V Prasad Eye Institute, and Mike Burdon, President of The UK Royal College of Ophthalmologists.