Advocacy Seeking Deserving Vision Patients for TV Show

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  1. Advocacy Seeking Deserving Vision Patients for TV Show

    SACRAMENTO, Calif., June 9, 2005 - The advocacy group USAEyes.org is
    seeking patients who required life-changing vision restoration surgery
    that is either not available in their community or not affordable.
    Selected patients will participate in the new NBC prime-time
    television show "Three Wishes" hosted by Grammy winning recording
    artist Amy Grant.

    "USAEyes.org is working with the show's production company to help
    locate deserving patients", says Glenn Hagele, Executive Director of
    the nonprofit organization. "There appears to be no limit to what the
    show will do to make the wish of restored vision come true, including
    transportation for patent and family, medical costs, and all
    rehabilitation needs. The range is from something as common as Lasik
    to the newest technique or technology."

    Anyone who has a vision threatening problem that may be able to be
    corrected is encouraged to visit www.USAEyes.org and request
    consideration for the show, or call 800-USA-EYES.

    USAEyes.org is operated by the Council for Refractive Surgery Quality
    Assurance, a nonprofit nongovernmental patient advocacy organization,
    which provides the public detailed refractive surgery information and
    certifies surgeons. Contact Glenn Hagele, Executive Director,
    800/USA-EYES, , http://www.USAEyes.org


    Glenn Hagele
    Executive Director
    USAEyes.org

    "Consider and Choose With Confidence"

    Email to glenn dot hagele at usaeyes dot org

    http://www.USAEyes.org
    http://www.ComplicatedEyes.org

    I am not a doctor.
     
    Glenn - USAEyes.org, Jun 9, 2005
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