Bifocal Soft Contact Lenses and Their Effect on Myopia Progression in Children and Adolescents.
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Aller TA, Wildsoet C. Results of a one-year prospective clinical trial (CONTROL) of the use of bifocal soft contact lenses to control myopia progression. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 26(S1), 8-9.