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May 22, 2020

Ophthalmologists Could Use A Coronavirus Fellowship Program

An industry veteran with decades of experience, Dr. Alio is a specialist in cataract, cornea and refractive surgery. Based in Alicante, Spain, he has been frustrated both by the inaction of governments in the face of coronavirus, particularly in the United Kingdom, as well as the lack of a framework to support ophthalmologists in general medicine.

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May 16, 2020

Exploring the “New Normal” in Ophthalmology

So, back to normal . . . right? Well, not exactly. Lifted restrictions means that elective surgeries can resume in some places — but will the patients return? And how can ophthalmologists make them feel safe doing so? Mr. Warren Foust, worldwide president for Johnson & Johnson Vision’s surgical business, is based in California (USA). He has also considered these questions and said the optimism of both customers and patients varies by state. “There are states that are going to open faster . . . some were hit harder than others.”…

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