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  1. Alcon to host presbyopia education days
    Specsavers MPU Alcon is hosting three education days focused on presbyopia at the Alcon Academy for Eyecare Excellence. The events offer attendees the opportunity to earn eight interactive CET Points, with two morning lectures and skills workshops in ...

  2. NPR

    Drug Companies Make Eyedrops Too Big, And You Pay For The Waste
    Robin, for example, consulted in the early 1990s with Alcon Laboratories, one of the world's largest eye care companies, when its researchers developed a so-called microdrop. Patients, he said, were able to safely and effectively deliver the tiny drops ...
    The problem with eye drops — and why drug companies won't fix itBecker's Hospital Review

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  3. FierceBiotech

    Alcon to debut new cataract-surgery device
    Novartis' Alcon will introduce its recently CE-marked Clareon intraocular lens with an automated delivery system at the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons Congress next week. The company will present data for the Clareon device as ...

  4. Alcon receives CE Mark for first-of-its-kind AutonoMe(TM) preloaded intraocular lens (IOL) delivery system with ...
    GlobeNewswire (press release)
    Basel, October 6, 2017 - Alcon, the global leader in eye care and a division of Novartis, has achieved European CE Mark for the Clareon® IOL with the AutonoMe(TM) delivery system. AutonoMe(TM) is the first-and-only automated, disposable, pre-loaded IOL ...
    Alcon receives CE Mark for AutonoMe preloaded intraocular lens delivery system with Clareon IOLSeeking Alpha

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  5. FierceBiotech

    Alcon bags CE mark for preloaded intraocular lens delivery system
    Alcon will debut the AutonoMe device and the Clareon IOL at the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons Congress next week. The company expects to roll out the product duo in the EU in early 2018. Novartis aims to get Clareon past the FDA ...

  6. Alcon introduces new innovations in cataract surgery at European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons 2017...
    GlobeNewswire (press release)
    Basel, October 2, 2017 - Alcon, the global leader in eye care and a division of Novartis, will introduce Clareon®, the intraocular lens (IOL) with the most advanced optic material available in an automated, disposable, pre-loaded delivery system, at ...

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  7. Hollywood Reporter

    'Blade Runner' Sequel a Make-Or-Break Moment for Producer Alcon
    Hollywood Reporter
    Producers Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove — who met at Princeton University before convincing FexEx founder Fred Smith to help them launch the film company Alcon Entertainment 20 years ago — are candid. They admit that Alcon's future depends ...
    How Much Money Does 'Blade Runner 2049' Need to Make to Be Considered a Win?Observer
    The 'Blade Runner 2049' Look: Sci-Fi Brought Back Down to EarthNew York Times
    Ryan Gosling and director Denis Villeneuve have 'no idea how the world will react' to the risky 'Blade Runner 2049'Los Angeles Times
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  8. Marketing Interactive

    Alcon spot tells people to #NeverSettle on their vision | Marketing...
    Marketing Interactive
    The campaign aims to spark conversations around the areas where people settle in their everyday lives, such as vision, without realising it.

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  9. The Straits Times

    Hiring beyond the industry for the future, Manpower News & Top...
    The Straits Times
    Embracing mid-career switchers may not be the first thing companies think of, but Alcon Manufacturing and Logistics believes it is the way forward.. Read more ...

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  10. Sight Sciences bags $10M, ex-Alcon executive for sales push
    Sight Sciences has raised $10 million and lured an executive away from Alcon to drive growth of its ophthalmic medical device business. The Menlo Park, California-based company will use the resources to step up commercialization and further development ...

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