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OA complaint dismissed: committee rules in favour of Insight

Ruling bodies have dismissed Optometry Australia’s (OA) complaints regarding Insight’s professional conduct and reporting of the organisation’s obscure management practices. Read more »

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Controversy: confusion reins over eye injection guidelines

Following a series of controversial news reports, RANZCO has sought to clarify its position on nurses and optometrists performing intravitreal injections in Australia and New Zealand, amid claims its views on the issue have not been accurately represented in the media. Read more »

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FDA approves Eylea injection prefilled syringe

US regulators have cleared a new and more convenient method to administer Regeneron Pharmaceuticals’ blockbuster macular disease drug, Eylea. Read more »

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More ophthalmologists for Far North Queensland

Far North Queensland patients requiring retinal surgery will be spared the travel to metropolitan areas for treatment following the arrival of two new surgeons to the region. Read more »

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ACOD commits to new charity partner

The Australasian College of Optical Dispensing (ACOD) has announced a new charity partnership that will see a portion of student fees diverted towards a service for Australians with hearing and vision impairment. Read more »

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Eye sector CEO and humanitarian in line for prestigious award

The Fred Hollows Foundation CEO Mr Ian Wishart has been selected as a finalist for the University of Canberra’s (UC) prestigious 2019 Chancellor’s Alumni Award. Read more »

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Aussie eye scan for autism garners promising findings

An Australian-developed eye test has demonstrated abnormal activity occurs in the retinas of children with autism. The finding offers hope that the technology may one day be used to detect neurodevelopmental conditions much sooner than is currently possible. Read more »

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New implant treatment for diabetic vision loss lands TGA clearance

A new intravitreal corticosteroid implant for diabetic macular oedema (DME) has withstood complex regulatory processes to secure approval in Australia. Read more »

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ACCC: HealthEngine wrongfully manipulated reviews; sold data

Australia’s consumer law watchdog is prosecuting online healthcare booking service HealthEngine. The company is accused of misleading and deceptive conduct over an information-sharing scheme with insurance brokers, as well as manipulating unfavorable patient reviews. Read more »

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Australian Specsavers head takes eyecare model global

Specsavers Australia and New Zealand optometry director Mr Peter Larsen, who was influential in the optical chain’s introduction to the local market, has been appointed to a newly created position in the UK. Read more »

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Shares soar as Australian AMD drug outperforms Lucentis

Melbourne-based biotech company Opthea has demonstrated that combination therapy involving its lead drug candidate OPT-302 is superior to standalone Lucentis treatment among neovascular age-related macular degeneration (AMD) patients. Read more »

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MiSight continues to slow myopia

Five year results from the world’s longest-running clinical trial of paediatric contact lens wear has shown CooperVision’s MiSight 1 Day lens continues to slow myopia in children, even at older ages. Read more »

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Glaukos to acquire Avedro

Pioneer in micro-invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) Glaukos has announced it will acquire US-based ophthalmic pharmaceutical and medical technology developer Avedro. Read more »

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Life sciences leader joins Queensland Eye Institute board

The Queensland Eye Institute Foundation (QEIF) has appointed Australian life sciences industry leader Mr Mario Pennisi to its board of directors. Read more »

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Eye researchers vie for illustrious Eureka Prize

Lions Eye Institute (LEI)-led research that discovered a method to manage a life-threatening viral infection in transplant patients has been nominated for a prestigious Australian Museum Eureka Prize. Read more »

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