Innovations in Ophthalmology Benefits Patients Part 2

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A new laser surgery could eventually prove to be the most effective way to treat cataracts. While questions still remain about the technology answers are coming every day as it becomes more widely used.

A new laser surgery could eventually prove to be the most effective way to treat cataracts. While questions still remain about the technology answers are coming every day as it becomes more widely used.

Lisa Park, MD, from the NYU Langone Medical Center discussed what the Femtosecond laser could mean for future treatments and what is being done to treat cataract patients now.

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