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    • 01 NOV 13
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    ♪ ♫ ♪ Baby you’re a firework… ♫ ♪ ♪

    Now that Halloween is done and dusted it’s time to start getting excited for the 5th of November. Not wishing to put a dampener on your Bonfire (night) we just wanted to draw your attention to health and safety when handling fireworks as when carelessly used they’ve been known to cause serious eye injuries including

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    • 23 OCT 13
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    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas….

    So Christmas is around the corner. The shops are stocking up on the usual generic gifts- his’n’hers toiletries, gift food, gift booze, no 1 bestsellers and the latest in electronic gismos. But why not think outside the box this year and get your loved ones something a little less expected? A Ray-Ban- universally popular with

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    • 04 OCT 13
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    An eye for an eye, a tooth for…!?

    It was encouraging to read in yesterday’s online Telegraph, the story of Ian Tibbetts who lost the sight in both of his eyes following an unfortunate accident involving scrap metal. Sadly he had never seen his four year old twins’ faces, surely heartbreaking for any parent. However, thanks to the pioneering work of Professor Chris

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    • 18 SEP 13
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    Wow!

    What a week this has been! On the 4th of September my newly qualified son Josh  and I headed to Wiesbaden Germany for the Association of European Ocularists congress. A brilliant time was had by all. Not only did we get to see some extremely interesting lectures relating to ocular prosthesis, and the innovative methods

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    • 22 AUG 13
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    AEO Congress 2013

    Has time flown by so quickly?! It has been two years since Kanti presented a lecture at the Congress of the Association of European Ocularists in the Netherlands and now its that time again, to be held in Wiesbaden, Germany. Kanti won’t be in the spotlight this year though, he’ll be relaxing in the audience

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    • 31 JUL 13
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    Maxillofacial prosthetics…

    Who was watching This Morning yesterday to see brave Mari Waldren talking about her fight against the rare cancer chondrosarcoma? Despite doctors initially giving her a prognosis of only one years life expectancy, she managed to overcome the disease by opting to have the huge tumour removed from her face even if it meant losing

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