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Dr. Matsunami Meets Lieutenant Governor Habib

Dr. Matsunami recently attended the Optometric Physicians of Washington’s Day in Olympia event, where he – along with other leaders in the OPW –  was able to meet with Lt. Governor Habib.  Mr. Habib takes special interest in eye care due to being blind in both eyes since age 7.  His blindness was brought on due to retinoblastoma, which is a cancer of the eye that occurs most commonly in infancy to early childhood.

Day in Olympia with Lt. Governor Habib

L-R: Dr. Jason Sifrit, Dr. David Stanfield, Dr. Matsunami, Lt. Governor Habib, Dr. Judy Chan, Dr. Jennifer Crown, Dr. Mike Heil

BVS participates in the American Optometric  Association’s InfantSee program, which provides eye assessments for infants from 6  to 12 months of age at no cost.  Our participation in InfantSee is to properly screen infants for sight (or life) debilitating conditions such as retinoblastoma, and amblyopia.  Click here to learn more about this resource