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Stanford eye doc weighs in on Lasik

Talk about funny timing: I was just ordering contact lenses (for about the 20th time in my life) when I came across this Boing Boing entry on corrective eye surgery. The author, also a lens-wearer, has been pondering whether or not to get Lasik, and she turned to a few experts to learn more about the procedure. Edward Manche, MD, a surgeon in the Stanford Eye Laser Center, is featured in her piece.

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