From Vision Monday
WATERLOO, Ontario—A newly published review paper addresses the dangers and consequences of inappropriate soft contact lens substitution by consumers and resellers, offering an objective, evidence-based perspective on a globally proliferating issue. The paper, “All soft contact lenses are not created equal,”
is now in press from Contact Lens and Anterior Eye, the peer-reviewed journal of the British Contact Lens Association
(BCLA), according to a recent announcement by the Centre for Ocular Research and Education
(CORE). Its authors represent some of the most prominent researchers in the contact lens field: Nathan Efron, Phillip Morgan, Jason Nichols, Karen Walsh, Mark Willcox, James Wolffsohn, and Lyndon Jones, who is director of CORE, which is based here.