Example from the extensive slide show presentation made to optometrists:
Context of this is a meeting discussing selling some fancy new expensive contact lenses to slow myopia progression. The screenshot, along with various other slides paint a pretty clear picture - retail optometry KNOWS that minus lenses cause progressive myopia, and maybe most interestingly even that myopia is reversible.
How do they know? Well, they just quote peer reviewed published clinical science, just as we do. What’s weird about this? Mostly just that they’re not as ignorant as they make us believe.
I’d love to share the whole document but I’d rather not get sued (or found in a ditch somewhere). At the same time though it’s fascinating, when people tell me that I need to conduct a study, that I need to find proof, that you could just point to retail optometry internal sales documents, that there’s no need, they already know.
Maybe some anonymous upload site? Thoughts?