Retina Health Center opens in Naples

November 2006
Ophthalmology Times;11/15/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 22, p66
Trade Publication
The article reports on the expansion of another health facility of the Retina Health Center in Naples, Florida. The facility will establish new research studies on macular degeneration, retinal disorders. The facility will render ocular service to patients with loss of vision It was also designed to promote accessibility to patients who wants to attain new treatments which are commercially available.


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