Eye on Vision – August 2013 – Re-learning How to See, Possible Treatments for Mitochondrial Diseases

jpegWelcome to Eye on Vision, the new monthly newsletter from Precision Vision.

Each month we will bring you the latest industry news, trends product reviews and study results from across the globe along with interviews from some of the leading experts in the field.

Eye on Vision will be your resource for all things related to the field of Vision Care. For over 40 years Precision Vision has been synonymous with quality vision testing tools as its eye charts are used by researchers and eye care professionals around the world.

By focusing on just one area – vision testing – Precision Vision continually works to exceed industry standards, freeing clients to focus on their primary goal of delivering quality vision care.


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Precision Vision has committed to exhibit at the 2013 Envision Conference in Minneapolis, MN September 19th-20th. Members of the PV team including President Ed Kopidlansky will be present to answer your questions about our entire product line. Please stop by to see us at Booth 13.

Pre-order PV products now and pick them up at our booth:

Want to pre-order our products for pick-up at Envision and you already know what you want? Click on this link to order from our website. Make sure to type “Envision” in the notes section of the order form. Our Customer Service Department will make sure that your order is delivered to the Envision Show ready for your pick-up at our booth.

Want to pre-order but have questions?

Looking to take some PV products home with you from the conference but you have some questions? Click on this link to contact our Customer Service Department who can answer those questions and place your order.

Schedule a private meeting with Ed Kopidlansky:

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Re-learning How to See: Researchers Find Crucial Off Switch in Visual Development

A new discovery by a University of Maryland-led research team offers hope for treating “lazy eye” and other serious visual problems that are usually permanent unless they are corrected in early childhood.


Study Opens Door to Possible Treatments for Variety of Mitochondrial Diseases.

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By borrowing a tool from bacteria that infect plants, scientists have developed a new approach to eliminate mutated DNA. Read More


Does Language Shape What We See?

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At this very moment, your eyes and brain are performing an astounding series of coordinated operations.

Light rays for the screen are hitting your retina, the sheet of light sensitive cells that lines the back wall of each of your eyes. Those cells, in turn are converting light into electrical pulses that can be decoded by your brain. Read More

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jpegScientists ID New Gene Linked to Vision Loss in Infants

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