Do Cataract Eye Drops Work?
May 25, 2009
No ophthalmologist would ever recommend eye drops that “dissolve” or prevent cataract, for the simple reason that they don’t work. They have never been studied or published in any respectable institution or scientific journal. So when you see this stuff advertised, please do your wallet a favor and ignore it. Trust me- there is no grand conspiracy out there trying to deny you natural cures for cataract or other illnesses so that we doctors can make more money doing surgery and prescribing medicines.
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