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Injunction against stem cell clinic that blinded patients

The US FDA has sought a permanent injunction against a stem cell clinic that left three of its patients blind, in an attempt to prevent them from marketing stem cell products without its approval. Read more »

Transitions reveals new brand identity

Transitions Optical has revamped its image with a new logo and tagline, which the company says is the first step in a process to rejuvenate the brand’s identity. Read more »

Australian eye hospital recognised at international conference

The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital (Eye and Ear) has been awarded Best Poster at the World Association of Eye Hospitals (WAEH) 2018 annual meeting. Read more »

Chance to shape optometry’s future

Optometry Australia (OA) is set to host a series of workshops in capital cities around Australia to receive feedback and concepts related to its Optometry 2040 initiative. Read more »

Brien Holden partnership to deliver specialty contact lens

Brien Holden Vision Institute (BHVI) has formed a new partnership with a leading US hybrid specialty contact lens company, to help deliver an advanced, customised vision correction for myopes and presbyopes. Read more »

Australians at forefront of eye banking achievement

An Australian contingent of eye bankers has spearheaded the creation of the world’s first global agreement on the ethical use of human eye tissue. Read more »

Queen’s Birthday honours for eyecare professionals

A number of ophthalmologists and eyecare professionals have been recognised for their contribution to Australia as part of this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honour List. Read more »

Simple test could reveal uveal melanoma risk

Patients with uveal melanoma may soon be able to avoid painful and potentially harmful biopsies thanks to a new blood test developed by Australian researchers. Read more »

Specsavers Dispensing Conference open to all

In a significant move, Specsavers has announced that its upcoming dispensing conference will be open to non-Specsavers staff, as a way to improve the standards of dispensing across the entire profession. Read more »

New lens able to slow and sometimes stop myopia

Hoya has announced it is preparing to release a new type of ophthalmic lens that should slow myopia progression significantly. Read more »

Move to streamline clinical trial process

In welcome news for the ophthalmic professions, it could soon be easier for researchers and companies to establish and run clinical trials, with the Federal Government planning to develop a more streamlined process. Read more »

Virtual reality app used to train students

A team of educators from Birmingham City University has developed a training tool that uses virtual reality (VR) to teach medical students how to diagnose hard-to-spot eye conditions. Read more »


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