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Shaping the Future: Innovation in Ophthalmology (including cutting-edge research)

2024-07-03 06:52:26

Innovation is transforming ophthalmology through cutting-edge research and technological advancements. From novel imaging techniques to pioneering gene therapies, the field is making strides in diagnosing and treating eye diseases. However, these advancements bring challenges. What are the risks? How do we ensure fair access to new technologies? And what are the long-term implications for patients and providers?

Innovation in Ophthalmology (including cutting-edge research) is one of the six themes on which we will exchange knowledge and experience. Want to join the discussion? Join the 18th WAEH Annual Meeting in November organized by AIER Eye Hospital in Changsha, and the Shanghai Eye and Ent in Shanghai in China. Join us by registering via here!

By attending, you will have the chance to engage with leading experts, gain valuable insights, and contribute to shaping the future of innovation of ophthalmology. We eagerly anticipate your participation and the dynamic discussions that will take place at this important event.

Check out the descriptions of the themes of 2024 here

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