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PEG Cares Day – Summer 2019

Saturday marked another successful PEG Cares Day! Naya, Katerina, Dr. Michael Wong, and Lindsey donated their time and talents to help 10 patients referred by the Bristol-Myers Squibb clinic at the Penn Medicine Princeton Health hospital. Thanks to all for your devotion to community care!

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Do you suffer from Keratoconus or Corneal Ectasia?

Anita Miedziak, M.D. of the Princeton Eye Group in Princeton has conducted years of clinical research trials to study the effectiveness of an innovative treatment to stop or slow the progression of Keratoconus and Corneal Ectasia. Dr. Miedziak is one, of only two, principal investigators in FDA cross-linking trials in New Jersey. She has vast […]

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Princeton Eye Group participates in world-giving

Through a sponsorship by the Princeton Eye Group, each and every employee was given the opportunity to donate necessary funds to an indigent patient in the Third World through the Watsi.org system.  Watsi is an NGO that locates patients who cannot afford necessary medical care and seeks donors to help.  Among these are a three […]

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Leadership at the national level

One hundred of the most respected ophthalmologists in the world are chosen to be on the “Council of 100.” Dr. Michael Wong has been invited to join this venerated board, which advises the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons, the world’s largest anterior segment society. Dr. Wong is elated as this is an opportunity […]

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Advances in Intra-Ocular Lenses Achieve Higher Satisfaction

While the main purpose of cataract surgery is to replace a clouded lens with a clear one, thereby improving visual potential, an additional benefit is the ability to re-focus the eye in the process. A new generation of intra-ocular lenses (IOLs) imparts tremendous optical benefits without adding any medical risks to the operation. Today’s IOLs […]

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