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Zeiss launches new OCT device; expands suite

Carl Zeiss Meditec has unveiled the latest addition to the Cirrus family of optical coherence tomography (OCT) technology, promising greater practice efficiency and imaging detail. Read more »

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New Australian study results add to Ozurdex’s efficacy

A significant Australian study into the effectiveness of Allergan’s Ozurdex implant as a treatment for Diabetic Macular Oedema (DME) has shown positive results consistent with previously published evidence. Read more »

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Investors take note of Opthea’s potential

Australian biotech company Opthea has reported a solid cash position to further advance clinical trials of its lead drug candidate OPT-302 in FY20, as it moves closer to imposing itself on the macular disease market. Read more »

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New global academy aims to raise profile of scleral lenses

Australian optometrist Mr Damon Ezekiel has become an inaugural board member of the newly established Euro & Austral-Asian Scleral Lens Academy (EASLA). Read more »

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Fred Hollows makes largest contribution to Indigenous eye health

Expansion of the Indigenous eye health workforce and greater provision of eyecare in Aboriginal-controlled health services will be possible under a new $40 million plan announced by The Fred Hollows Foundation. Read more »

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EDITORIAL: Insight welcomes OA’s newfound willingness for transparency

Following Insight’s call for Optometry Australia to practice greater transparency by annually publishing its actual membership figure, CEO Ms Lyn Brodie issued a statement to members revealing she would soon have some “good news”. Read more »

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Panel recommends new PBS listing for Eylea

An independent expert panel has recommended anti-VEGF therapy Eylea be listed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) for the treatment of myopic choroidal neovascularisation. Read more »

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Australian scientist identifies molecule that can stop dry AMD

A Canberra researcher is working on ways to harness gene-regulating molecules that have shown promise in halting the progression of conditions such as atrophic age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Read more »

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Revenue up, profits down as Ellex embarks on FY20

Ellex Medical Lasers remains buoyed by strong performances in its glaucoma portfolio and Retinal Rejuvenation Therapy (2RT) laser treatment, despite posting an after tax net loss of $5.8 million. Read more »

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Insight cements number one position

Insight holds onto the top spot in a ranking of ophthalmic publications across Australia and New Zealand, while also outranking many international titles in countries with much larger populations. Read more »
Specsavers' 2019 record intake of new graduates

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New report predicts major shortages in optometry by 2037, more graduates needed

A new report by Deloitte Access Economics (DAE), commissioned by Specsavers, has warned optometry is currently in the midst of a worsening undersupply crisis.  Read more »

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Essilor Australia announces new CEO

Following a two-year tenure as chief operating officer, Mr Pierre Longerna has been announced as the new CEO of Essilor’s Australia and New Zealand division. Read more »

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Analysing the latest data of optometry supply in Australia

The correct number of optometrists needed is constantly debated, but a new report makes a strong case there will be future shortages. CALLUM GLENNEN looks at the methodology behind the analysis. Read more »

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CERA extends WHO partnership

The University of Melbourne’s Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA) has extended its long-running relationship with the World Health Organization (WHO). Read more »

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WHO figures show progress made towards complete elimination of trachoma

The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported that significant progress has been made towards the global elimination of trachoma. Over the last 17 years, WHO reports that the number of people at risk of the diseases has fallen as much as 91%. Read more »

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