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New York, U.S., 24 May 2018: Professor Kovin Naidoo, CEO of Brien Holden Vision Institute, was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters by the State University of New York (SUNY) today.

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Sydney, Australia, 10 May 2018: Myopia (short- or near-sightedness) is becoming a major public health crisis of our time and it’s already having an impact on young Australians

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Sydney, Australia, 1 May 2018: Registrations are open for the latest ‘Managing Myopia’ online course, conducted by Brien Holden Vision Institute Academy, commencing on June 12, 2018.

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Sydney, Australia, 27 April 2018: Brien Holden Vision Institute has received the Skeffington-Alexander Memorial Award from the Optometric Extension Program Foundation (OEP) at the International Congress of Behavioural Optometry in Sydney last night.

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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.

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

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

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