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2018 FTC Contact Lens Rule Review

2018 FTC Contact Lens Rule Review

As part of a scheduled 10-year review of the Contact Lens Rule, the FTC held a workshop in Washington, D.C. on March 7, 2018, that served as an opportunity for key eye health stakeholders to share their feedback on how proposed changes may impact the patient-doctor relationship, and consumers’ access to contact lenses in the future.

At this juncture, it’s critical that the FTC hears a range of perspectives on how their proposals will impact patients and practices. You have an opportunity to share your comment with the FTC by April 6, 2018. 

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT A COMMENT TO THE FTC

During the workshop, Peter Menziuso, President North America of Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Inc., and Dr. Carol Lakkis, Clinical Research Fellow for Johnson & Johnson Vision, underscored the benefits of a robust contact lens marketplace for consumers that promotes a positive patient experience while minimizing health-related risks.

We’re just one voice. Together we can safeguard a high and consistent standard of patient care today, and for years to come.

Submit your comment to the FTC by April 6, 2018

To read the Johnson & Johnson Vision team’s testimony, explore the links below: