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‘Eyeconomist’ data shows optometry’s market opportunities ‘never better’ with rapidly increasing demand for medical eye care services underscoring the profession’s role in primary eye health and vision care.
Violators of antitrust laws are potentially subject to criminal and civil penalties, as well as “immediate dismissal” from their position or relationship with the AOA, even if they were unaware their actions were not legal.