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Why I Perform Research in a Clinical Practice

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Innovation and Research in Clinical Practice

When I was a military ophthalmologist, my practice often received phone calls from soldiers determined to undergo refractive surgery during a tight window between deployme…

Introducing Disruptive Technology

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Since its inception in 2011, Vold Vision has focused on developing clinical research and elective procedure programs. Patients assume they will receive top-quality care, a…

The Literature

THE LITERATURE

A Randomised, Controlled Comparison of Latanoprostene Bunod and Latanoprost 0.005% in the Treatment of Ocular Hypertension and Open Angle Glaucoma: the VOYAGER Study We…

 

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