Contact Lens Spectrum

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May 2018

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(p. 9) Editor’s Perspective – The Moral Obligation of Influences
By Jason J. Nichols, OD, MPH, PhD

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(p. 10) Refractive Focus – When Simple Is Best
By Kate Gifford, PhD, BAppSc(Optom)Hons

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(p. 17) Contact Lens Care & Compliance – Educating Millenials
By Andrew D. Pucker, OD, PhD

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(p. 43) Treatment Plan – Waking a Sleeping Giant
By William L. Miller, OD, MS, PhD

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(p. 44) Reader and Industry Forum – “Doc, I Think I’m Allergic to These New Lenses…”
By Lydon Jones, PhD, FCOptom

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