Nowadays society is more interested in putting on correcting glasses than in allowing people to know the truth about their eyes
FAQ n. 37. Power Vision System - I’m almost thirty-two and I’ve been living with myopia ever since I was fourteen. The problem is that I’ve grown up, but my refractive error is still increasing, very slowly. In all these years everybody has thought that my myopia is a genetic condition and can’t be stopped. (I’ve seen many ophthalmologists and university professors, read books on ophthalmology, and I hope I’ll take my degree in medicine very soon.) At this point, I can’t do anything else but hope that all these ophthalmologists could be denied. It’s true (as you know it well, since you study medicine) that it’s very hard to overcome the theories and scientific dogmas in any field—especially in the medical one.
- Answers David De Angelis
The answer, of course, is up to you—after reading the book. You’ll carefully study the PVS physiological bases, and above all else (you should be constant in doing the exercises), you’ll have a chance to see the results with your own eyes.
I hope you’ll take a specialization in ophthalmology: probably you’ll become a pioneer in the field, having read and learned all that is written about the Power Vision System.
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