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Lenses
Progressive dispensing - getting it right

In the first installment of our new monthly dispensing column, JAMES GIBBINS explains the essential traits and skills dispensers need to possess in order to prevent adaption issues and unhappy patients. Read more »

Report
Record attendance underlines ACO conference success

The Australian College of Optometry (ACO)’s National Conference welcomed around 100 delegates to the MCG late last year. LEWIS WILLIAMS was there to document proceedings from a fascinating two days. Read more »

Soapbox
No advertising budget? No worries

Picture this – it’s 10 o’clock at night. You pick up your phone and scroll through your Facebook feed, and then you come to an ad from a corporate optometrist. Read more »

International
2100% return on OCT research investment

The increased use of OCT as a guiding therapy for neovascular age-related macular degeneration (nAMD) has resulted in billions of dollars worth of savings for both the US Government and patients, according to a recently released economic analysis. Read more »

International
Survey reveals 2018 eyecare trends

Genetics and telemedicine are likely to play increasingly significant roles in eyecare within five years, in the opinion of more than 200 US ophthalmologists who were surveyed recently. Read more »

International
Military tech identifies eclipse-shaped eye damage

A woman who viewed the US solar eclipse earlier this year without protective glasses has been left with permanent crescent-shaped damage over one of her retinas that matches exactly the shape of the sun at the time of the eclipse. Read more »

Company
New million-dollar eye treatment

It’s been announced a recently approved revolutionary gene therapy drug aimed at treating a rare type of inherited retinal dystrophy will come with an eye watering price tag. Read more »

Company
Marcolin and Guess renew eyewear deal

Marcolin Group and Guess have renewed their exclusive licensing agreement for the design, manufacture and worldwide distribution of Guess and Marciano sunglasses and eyeglasses. Read more »

Company
Ophthalmic laser makes in court stoush

US medical laser firm Iridex has launched legal action against France-based Quantel over the use of its MicroPulse laser technology, which is used for treating eye disease. Read more »

Company
$25 million funding boost for diabetic eye drop treatment

Swiss-based biotech company Oculis has received US$20.3 million (AU$25.5 m) in series B funding for ongoing trials of eye drops for the treatment of diabetic macular oedema (DMO). Read more »

Company
Luxottica CEO departs early

Luxottica has made major changes to its governance structure, replacing former CEO Mr Massimo Vian with deputy chairman Mr Francesco Milleri. Read more »

Company
Allergan to cut more than 1000 jobs

Pharmaceutical multinational Allergan will lay off more than 1,000 jobs in an effort to cut costs in anticipation of increased competition for important dry eye drug Restasis. Read more »


 

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