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CooperVision Helps Disadvantaged Kids

Young people who cannot afford contact lenses will be given a free three years supply of CooperVision’s
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“CooperVision’s purpose is to help improve the way people see each day. For young people with high scripts, wearing glasses can often define who they are,” said Wayne Reuben, General Manager CooperVision ANZ.

He said, “with such a unique material, Biofinity promises (kids) are getting the best possible lens”.

Biofinity XR lenses are available in powers from +8.50D to +15.00D (0.50D steps) and -12.50D to -20.00D (0.50D steps). The existing Biofinity line will continue to be available in +8.00D to -12.00D powers.

Dr. Juan Carlos Aragon, Senior Vice President, Global Professional & Clinical Affairs, CooperVision said “the availability of Biofinity XR gives eye care practitioners another reason to make it a monthly lens of choice, whether transitioning Proclear wearers, upgrading from a competitive lens, or introducing a broader span
of spectacle wearers to soft lenses”.

The offer to assist disadvantaged youths remains open until 31 October 2014. If you have a patient you would like to help, contact CooperVision Customer Service for the full terms and conditions of this offer on (AUS)1800 655 480 or (NZ) 0800 60 60 60. Or email hello@au.coopervision.com.

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