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Originally posted by TomOD
It's fraud!
I've wondered about this myself, though never took time to investigate. Although it "clear"-ly stinks of fraud, are there any studies definitively disproving this "method?" It seems plausible that such exercises may result in SOME improvement in presbyopic error, given the etiology.
 
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