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Fredericksburg Free-Lance Star Profiles Dr. T. Mark Johnson’s Diagnosis of Rare Melanoma, Referral for Immediate Treatment Which Saved Patient’s Life and Preserved His Vision

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A recent front page story in the Fredericksburg Free-Lance Star (Va.) profiled Dr. T. Mark Johnson’s vision-saving diagnosis of a patient’s rare melanoma. Dr... Read More

July-August Issue of Viva Tysons Features an Article Detailing Dr. Jordana Fein’s participation in a Medical Mission to Honduras Where She Performed Life-Altering Surgery on Blind Patients

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The July-August issue of Viva Tysons features an article detailing Dr. Jordana Fein’s participation in a medical mission to Honduras where she performed life-altering... Read More

Ophthalmology Retina Publishes RGW Results of Research Study on Preventative Measures for Intravitreal Injections to Reduce Risk of Endophthalmitis by Dr. Joshua D. Levinson & RGW Colleagues

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The results of a research study on the timing of intravitreal injections to reduce the risk of Endophthalmitis—conducted by Dr. Joshua D. Levinson and several other... Read More

Dr. Jordana Fein’s Mission to Honduras as Part of Virginia Hospital Center Medical Brigade Subject of Connection Cover Story

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Dr. Jordana Fein’s recent trip to Honduras as part of the Virginia Hospital Center Medical Brigade (VHCMB) was the subject of a recent cover story in the Connection... Read More

Dr. Jordana Fein Joins Local Hospital Medical Mission to Honduras, Performs Cataract Surgeries on Blind Patients of all Ages

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To Dr. Jordana Fein, it was simply a matter of using her skills as an eye surgeon to help people in need. For the people in the town of Comayagua in Honduras, it was a... Read More

Frederick News-Post Runs Story on RGW Vision-Impaired Patient & Dr. T. Mark Johnson’s Suggestion of NUEyes’ Digitally-enhanced Vision Glasses to Help Patient Become More Visually Independent

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A recent Frederick News-Post article featured a RGW vision-impaired patient’s trial use of a new digitally-enhanced head-worn device to help her become more visually... Read More