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This month, expert columnist A. Paul Chous is writing about laser therapy. If you have vision issues, would you try laser therapy to correct the problem?
Yes, I would give it a try.
 
Yes, I have done it and it worked well.
 
I have done it but I ended up with complications.
 
No, it's still too uncertain for me.
 
I'm still on the fence.
 

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by Brenda Bell
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