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Eye drops that reverse poor vision are one step closer to market

Eye drops that reverse poor vision are one step closer to market

Eye drops that can reverse poor vision is one step closer to market after showing to improve farsightedness in a clinical trial.

️Farsightedness is extremely common, occurring in more than half of individuals over the age of 45.

The drops offer temporary relief reversal of farsightedness. Their effects can be felt quickly, although they only last for a few hours, so you have to take them twice a day.

️ “We are very encouraged by the results,” said Elad Kedar, CEO of Orasis. “The results were great not only on the efficacy endpoints, but also on the safety and tolerability, so we are moving as quickly as possible into Phase 3.”

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