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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.

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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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Sydney, Australia, 12 March 2018: Dr Ravi C Bakaraju has been appointed as the new Head of Research and Development at Brien Holden Vision Institute.

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

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Sydney, Australia, 13 November 2017: Most people have experienced dry eyes at one point in their life and the discomfort experienced is a major reason for visiting an optometrist.

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Hyderabad, India, 18 September 2017: Brien Holden’s influence in eye care in India has been immortalised following the inauguration of the Brien Holden Institute for Optometry and Vision Sciences by L.V. Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI).

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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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