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It’s Time to Tackle the Largest Unaddressed Disability in the World

Two years ago, a team of specialist ophthalmologists and optometrists began a new pilot trial in rural China. Together, they tested the eyesight of more than 3,000 students, providing a free pair of glasses to those in need of vision correction. A separate trial took place in South India last year. With researchers testing the eyesight of people working in a cotton spinning and textile factory in Madurai.
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