Research Update

The Legacy of AREDS

AREDS-2 raised eyebrows, but could also open doors to ‘pharmaco­genomics’ and more meaningful use of personalized genetic testing.

CXL: The Missing Link?

Can corneal collagen crosslinking expand the refractive surgery market? The simple answer is 'yes.' But there's a little more to it than that.

A Test Drug For Sub-retinal Fluid

INS37217 may one day prevent vision loss from various retinal conditions. By BRETT J. KING, O.D.

It’s Like LASIK, Only with an ‘E’

This new refractive laser surgery provides more options for interested patients. By PAUL M. KARPECKI, O.D.

Protect Your PC From Viruses

These three steps will prevent hackers from invading your computer.

Who's Winning, the Bugs or the Drugs?

New antibiotic weapons aid our attack in the war on bugs.

PTK's Treatment Breakthroughs

Phototherapeutic keratectomy expands options for corneal disorders.

Researchers’ Read On Topography

How accurate a picture can you get of the cornea? Here’s what the literature says about two units.

The Next Thing for Astigmatism

CK utilizes radio waves for correcting hyperopia and astigmatism.

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August 14, 2024

The 3 I's of Geographic Atrophy: Imaging, Identification, and Intervention
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August 20, 2024

Rethinking Dry Eye Disease: A Contemporary Approach to a Complex Condition
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September 8, 2024

Ocular Surface Symposium
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