going blind because of delays in treatment. More than 80 percent of those surveyed said their clinics didn't have the capacity to meet demand.A survey of staff at the United Kingdom's National Health Service found that a third of ophthalmologists and ophthalmological nurses believe patients are unnecessarily
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