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What keeps you up at night in ophthalmology: Part V

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Ophthalmologists and industry KOLs share what lingers on their minds at the end of the day.

Featured in this video, in order of appearance:

Seth Miller, clinical communications manager, Ora Inc.

Sahar Bedrood, MD, PhD, cataract/glaucoma specialist, Acuity Eye Group (Pasadena, CA); clinical assistant professor of Ophthalmology, USC Roski Eye Institute

Glenn J. Jaffe, MD, professor of ophthalmology, Robert Machemer, MD, Distinguished Professor of Ophthalmology, Chief, Division of Retinal Ophthalmology at the Duke University School of Medicine

Watch the previous installments in this series:

What keeps you up at night in ophthalmology?

What keeps you up at night in ophthalmology: Part II

What keeps ophthalmologists up at night: Part III

What keeps ophthalmologists up at night: Part IV

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