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    WSJ article about alternative to Trifocal


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    They need a progressive exec.

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    I thought it was awful, I notified the Vision Council of America that they should print a letter to the editor correcting this article, particularly with the impression that it gives that most people cannot adapt to progressive lenses, which certainly is not true. Let's hope they take me up on my suggestion.

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    What are you all worried about? The answer is to put all your patients in a Varilux S lens and a small Chanel frame. Problem solved. Geeesh. Could the intent of that bit of "journalism" be any more obvious?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy Canty View Post
    What are you all worried about? The answer is to put all your patients in a Varilux S lens and a small Chanel frame. Problem solved. Geeesh. Could the intent of that bit of "journalism" be any more obvious?
    As long as they can afford them.....

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    Supremely stinky article written by someone who knows nothing. Waste of all readers' time.

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