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Question:
Is it true that Catalin eyedrops can protect eyes from cataracts?  

Answer:
No, there are not any proctored studies that prove the utility of these drops. In Canada and in the U.S. they are considered homeopathic—probably do no harm but doubtful that they will have any protective value.

Answered by: Jeffrey Whitman, MDDr. Jeffrey Whitman

Categories: Cataracts

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