The Cause of Nearsightedness is Explained for the First Time; Work at MIT and Multivision Research Leads to Dr. Medina's Conclusion That Lenses Are the Cause of Myopia

The cause of myopia (nearsightedness) has been unveiled in the article: “The cause of myopia development and progression: Theory, evidence, and treatment” available online as an article-in-press in the scientific journal Survey of Ophthalmology on July 28, 2021. - August 01, 2021

A New Technique That Corrects Myopia (Nearsightedness) Has Been Developed by Dr. Antonio Medina at MIT and Several Medical Institutions Across the World

A patient’s cornea can be altered in a simple manner designed to correct myopia and other refractive errors. The Nature Journal Eye published in print the complete article by Antonio Medina as well as supplemental files that will aid those interested in using this new technology. The article is featured on the cover of the issue and titled, Plastic modification of the cornea by pneumatic force corrects myopia: Pneumatic Keratology Eye (2017) 31, 1621–1627 - December 31, 2017

Latest Research on Myopia (Nearsightedness) Conducted at MIT and Multivision Research Shows How to Prevent It

The latest research on myopia published online this month shows how to prevent nearsightedness. It has been confirmed that myopia can be prevented by correcting the hyperopia of a child at risk of becoming myopic. Medina, A. Prevention of myopia by partial correction of hyperopia: a twins study. Int Ophthalmol (2017). doi:10.1007/s10792-017-0493-7 - March 31, 2017

Research Conducted by Dr. Antonio Medina at MIT Demonstrates That Glasses Worsen Eyesight

The latest research published in print this month demonstrates that wearing glasses worsens nearsightedness (myopia). Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol (2015) 253:1273-1277. Medina’s feedback model for emmetropization predicts that correction of myopes aggravates their condition and myopia... - August 19, 2015

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