Joining Forces for Diabetes
Diabetic patients would be better served by coordinated care plan – and retina specialists must play their part
Anat Loewenstein | | Opinion
I recently attended the tenth edition of COPHy (Controversies in Ophthalmology: Europe) meeting, held this year in Dublin, Ireland. COPHy is an annual congress based on discussions of the latest, most debatable and divisive topics in the field of ophthalmology. Each debate features two points of view from specialists and opinion leaders: the first speaks in favor of a specific approach, the second against it – and a lively discussion follows. The latest COPHy meeting included speakers and participants from all over the world, who presented and discussed some of the most interesting evolving strategies in disease diagnosis and management across all areas of ophthalmology.
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