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CAN POOR VISION BE ELIMINATED BY 2050?

Vision Health is now a global priority, according to the World Health Organization. Further, uncorrected poor vision CAN be eliminated by 2050 through collective action and an investment of $14B, according to a new report from Essilor.

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Our unique global database of more than 400 peer-reviewed research reports, studies, and articles makes the case for better vision correction policies.

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Kids See: Success

Through this initiative that advocates for comprehensive eye exams for children before they enter Kindergarten, we are working in several U.S. states to ensure good policies for the future of children’s vision.

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Kids See: Success

Through this initiative that advocates for comprehensive eye exams for children before they enter Kindergarten, we are working in several U.S. states to ensure good policies for the future of children’s vision.

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MYOPIA IN 2019

Myopia (nearsightedness) needs to be recognized as a global public health issue if there is to be a change in how we address it. Only a collaborative effort between eyecare professionals, researchers, advocacy organizations, and national policymakers can bring about this change.

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BY 2050, AN ESTIMATED 5 BILLION PEOPLE GLOBALLY WILL BE MYOPIC.

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