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Time.com: FDA Investigating Lasik Complaintsupdated: Fri Apr 25 2008 15:00:00

A decade after Lasik eye surgery hit the market, patients left with fuzzy instead of clear vision are airing their grievances before federal health officials

Money Magazine: Forever Youngupdated: Thu Mar 01 2007 00:01:00

AH, VANITY, THY NAME IS...BOOMER?

Money Magazine: Forever Youngupdated: Fri Feb 09 2007 10:48:00

With, oh, maybe a little touch-up around the edges, you can be the30-year-old you still think you are. (Well, almost.) Here's what it will cost.

Hall of fame inducts space tech starsupdated: Wed Apr 07 2004 09:48:00

The uses for new space technologies developed by NASA and industry professionals are not limited to Earth-orbiting spacecraft. Often such technologies can be spun off into commercial products that better the lives of humans firmly rooted to terra firma.

Fortune: The Future Looks Bright for VISX New technology is about to give a boost to this maker of vision-correction lasers.updated: Mon Apr 28 2003 00:01:00

Americans, it turns out, are wild about having their corneas sliced. Corrective laser eye surgery, which debuted in 1995, is now the most common elective surgical procedure in the United States. Of...

Money Magazine: Why Popular Laser Eye Surgery To Correct Your Vision Is Becoming More Affordableupdated: Tue Feb 01 2000 00:01:00

If you're one of the millions of Americans on the fence about having laser eye surgery to improve your vision, chances are two things are holding you back. One is the uneasy thought of someone appl...

Fortune: Should You Have Your Eyes Lasered? Critics say we won't see the truth about laser eye surgery for years. That hasn't slowed thisupdated: Mon Sep 27 1999 00:01:00

Saturday mornings in Dr. Barrie Soloway's ophthalmology clinic have the feel of an old-time revival meeting. Maybe not when you first walk into the bright white, marble-floored waiting room: There,...

Fortune: FOCUSING ON LASER EYE SURGERY DAVID MULLER SIZED UP HIS BOSSES AND THOUGHT, "THEY'RE NO DIFFERENT FROM ME. updated: Mon Feb 20 1995 00:01:00

Chances are, you've never heard of Summit Technology in Waltham, Massachusetts. But if you are one of the 60 million or so nearsighted Americans who wear glasses or contact lenses and would prefer ...

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