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Orbis in-person training taking flight once again


After a brief hiatus during the pandemic, the Flying Eye Hospital program returns.

Learn what's new from Hunter Cherwek, MD, Vice President of Clinical Services, Orbis International, and Rick Weisbarth, OD, FAAO, Vice President of Professional Affairs at Alcon U.S. Vision Care in this interview with Sheryl Stevenson, Group Editorial Director – Ophthalmology Times®. The in-person program relaunched during a recent 2-week training session at the Alcon Experience Center in Fort Worth, Texas.

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