James T. Rosenbaum, MD, is professor of ophthalmology, medicine and cell biology at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Ore., and chief of ophthalmology at Legacy Devers Eye Institute, also in Portland.
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Acknowledgments: The author is grateful for financial support from the William and Mary Bauman Foundation, the Stan and Madelle Rosenfeld Family Trust, and Research to Prevent Blindness. The author is grateful to Lisa S. Rosenbaum for constructive comments regarding the content of this essay.
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