What a turbulent year 2020 has been for health! We have bravely rallied against invisible viral pathogens, survived the eczema-inducing deluge of alcohol-based hand sanitiser and remained relatively sane despite the monotony of lockdown. However, there's one disease that we have not conquered (and) has probably grown teeth over this winter, wallowing in a perfect growth-medium of home detention and screen-based entertainment: childhood myopia! As vice-president of the Orthokeratology Society of Oceania, I was recently involved in a particularly good webinar exploring some of the recent research from three of Australia’s top myopia investigators...
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