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Comprehensive

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Blood Ties

| Amy Shapiro

Hematology researchers are embarking on the world’s first collaborative natural history study on congenital plasminogen deficiency

Subspecialties Business and Innovation

Locked and (Pre)loaded

| Sponsored by FCI Ophthalmics

The world’s first injectable monocanalicular intubation stent

Subspecialties Business and Innovation

Business in Brief

| Phoebe Harkin

The latest industry news – in 60 words or less

Business & Profession Professional Development

Influential Black Ophthalmologists

| Aleksandra Jones

A series of firsts: we explore the Black figures who shaped the field

Subspecialties Comprehensive

Is #HopeInSight?

| Phoebe Harkin

Johnson & Johnson Vision release results of their global eye health survey in time for World Sight Day

Subspecialties Comprehensive

Residency 2.0

| Phoebe Harkin

The residents are back! Hear what they had to say in our latest roundtable.

Subspecialties Business and Innovation

Business in Brief

| Phoebe Harkin

The latest industry news – in 60 words or less

Subspecialties Basic & Translational Research

So Long, Lazy Eye

| Phoebe Harkin

Is subanesthetic ketamine the cure for amblyopia?

Subspecialties Comprehensive

No Magic Bullet

| Ravi Goel

Using your voice shouldn’t mean losing your vision – it’s time we take a stand against sight-threatening munitions

Business & Profession Business and Innovation

Business in Brief

| Phoebe Harkin

The latest industry news, appointments and acquisitions – in 65 words or less


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