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Sydney, Australia, 12 April 2018: An update to the Brien Holden Vision Institute Myopia Calculator has added features that include an ‘ethnicity’ option and now made it available in Mandarin and Spanish.

Published in Translational Research

Sydney, Australia, 14 March 2018: With around 600 million myopes and a relatively undeveloped contact lens market, China represents a huge opportunity for a successful myopia control contact lens product.

Published in Translational Research

Sydney, Australia, 14 March 2018: Single vision contact lenses with optical designs that aim to reduce inherent spherical aberrations (SAs) of the eye are not effective in improving visual performance according to a recent study published in the scientific journal Clinical Optometry.1

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A new interactive, online, myopia management course is available to optometrists in USA and Canada and begins on March 21, 2018.

Published in Academy

Sydney, Australia, 27 October 2017: Brien Holden Vision Institute provided a comprehensive myopia update in Hong Kong recently.

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Sydney, Australia, 12 October 2017: The ‘make vision count’ theme on World Sight Day today urges everyone to preserve and protect their vision by taking action...

Published in Public Health

Professor Padmaja Sankaridurg surveys the latest evidence on myopia management contact lenses in an invited review in Clinical and Experimental Optometry.

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Sydney, Australia, 5 September 2017: Brien Holden Vision Institute and mark’ennovy, the No.1 independent manufacturer of premium monthly replacement contact lenses, are proud to announce their strategic alliance.

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Sydney, Australia, 21 August 2017: A new evidence-based myopia ‘calculator’ developed by the Brien Holden Vision Institute will help support clinicians in communicating and educating patients in managing myopia appropriately.

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Sydney, Australia, 10 July 2017: Dr Kah Ooi Tan, CEO of Brien Holden Vision Institute in China has been invited as a key partner for this event.

Published in Translational Research
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