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PRESS RELEASE – First of Its Kind Study Illustrates Prevalence of Myopia in Canadian Children

WATERLOO, Ontario, February 22, 2018—A study published in the journal Eye sheds light on the prevalence of myopia in Canadian children, validating findings and implications for healthcare policy makers, academic researchers and educators. Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, has been on the rise globally over the past several decades, with more severe forms being associated with high … Read More “PRESS RELEASE – First of Its Kind Study Illustrates Prevalence of Myopia in Canadian Children”