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As the principal national public voice for ophthalmology in Canada, the Canadian Ophthalmological Society (COS) plays a critical role in advocating for optimal eye care for all Canadians.

Representing eye physicians and surgeons from coast to coast, COS strategically collaborates with governments, industry partners and health care allies on a wide range of advocacy issues, including stronger vision standards, improved federal regulations, and shorter wait times for speciality eye surgeries.

Wednesday December 26, 2018

Scott Disick promotes controversial product that claims to change your eye color

“Dr. Guillermo Rocha, an ophthalmologist and past president of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society, said that iColour’s statements are doubtful and ‘a bit of a stretch.’”Inquisitr

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Monday November 26, 2018

CHEO’s upgraded eye clinic improves lives

Pediatric ophthalmologist, Dr. Michael O’Connor, treats glaucoma in 7-year-old Delphine at the newly renovated eye clinic at CHEO.CTV News

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Sunday August 26, 2018

Keeping hope in sight: A baby girl, a fighter mom and a rare eye cancer

“The tumours that show up around birth … those tumours are in the location in the retina that threatens vision,” said Dr. Brenda Gallie, the top ophthalmologist in Canada specializing in retinoblastoma.CBC News

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Tuesday June 26, 2018

Active lymphatic drainage from the eye measured by noninvasive photoacoustic imaging of near-infrared nanoparticles

Congratulations to Dr. Yeni Yucel and Dr. Neeru Gupta for this major discovery in glaucoma.Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science

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Tuesday June 5, 2018

Woman develops hard, dark spots inside eyelid — turns out it’s years of unwashed mascara

“Ophthalmologist Dr. Ken Roberts, a member of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society, tells Global News the eyelid, both outside and inside is covered in pores (think sweat glands, oil glands, hair follicles etc.).”Global News

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Thursday May 31, 2018

Screening for impaired vision in community-dwelling adults aged 65 years and older in primary care settings

“The Canadian Ophthalmological Society suggests that the recommendations of the US Preventative Services Task Force (2016), namely no recommendation for or against screening, be adopted.”CMAJ

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