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Investigating the Impact of Lazy Eye on Reading Speed and Motor Skills in Children – Video Update

Pediatric Eye Condition April 17, 2020
This video was created to share with our supporters the various ways we are investigating the impact of lazy eye on reading speed and motor skills in children. Should you have any questions, please call us at 214.363.3911 or email us at development@retinafoundation.org. We welcome your questions and feedback and look forward to sharing more innovative research with you!

 

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Investigating the Impact of Lazy Eye on Reading Speed and Motor Skills in Children – Video Update

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