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ESCRS 2009: The Next Wave in Cataract and Presbyopia Devices

Executive Summary

The 2009 Congress of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons and Presbyopia International 2009 Symposium took place against a backdrop of relative optimism within the refractive surgery industry. There are signs that the laser vision correction market may have hit bottom during the middle of 2009.

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