Contact Lens Spectrum

Contact Lens Spectrum
December 2000
Document #66
(p. 33) Pursuing Comfort in a Multi-purpose Solution by Peter Donshik, MD, Rebecca Madden,
OD, and Peter A. Simmons, PhD, FAAO
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(p. 38) Clinical Performance of Monthly Lens and Patient Comfort by Brenda Hall, BSc, PhD,
and Stephen Jones, BSc, PhD
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(p. 44) Complications in Pediatric Aphakic Extended Wear by Donna Wicker, OD, FAAO, and
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(p. 49) A New Material on the Block of Frequent Replacement Lenses by Urs Businger, OD,
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