We met with Christina Grupcheva at ESCRS 2019 in Paris to talk about the unmet needs in the diagnosis and treatment of dry eye disease and how the landscape is evolving.
1. What are the current unmet needs in dry eye disease?
2. How do you manage dry eyes in patients after cataract surgery?
3. What are the key areas of research in the diagnosis and treatment of dry eye disease?
4. How do you see the treatment landscape evolving over the next few years?
Support: No funding was received in the production of this video.
Disclosures: Christina Grupcheva has nothing to disclose.
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