20 Questions -- Optometrist Stephanie Maxfield

April 2011
Optometry Today;4/8/2011, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p14
An interview with Stephanie Maxfield, an optometrist for Conlons, is presented. Maxfield appreciates the new technology available in her profession. She reports the success of Conlons' support of Eye Aid Africa, a charity project, with its donation of a pair of glasses to people in Ghana for each one bought. She wishes that businesses within the optometry industry would be more united to provide greater services.


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