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    Help prevent demodex’s chronic lid and lash problems

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    7. O’Dell LE, Sullivan AG, Periman LM. Uncover patient lifestyle habits that lead to OSD. Optometry Times. 2016 Nov. Available at: http://optometrytimes.modernmedicine.com/optometrytimes/news/uncover-patient-lifestyle-habits-lead-osd. Accessed 12/8/16.

    Brittany Mitchell, OD
    Dr. Brittany Mitchell practices at Alabama Vision Center in Birmingham, AL, in an OD/MD setting. She is a graduate of the University of ...

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