She was speaking after inaugurating reticon, an initiative of Dr Agarwal's retina Foundation. Tamilisai said people visit ophthalmologists mostly for refractive errors. “Diabetic retinopathy and diabetic blindness are more common now, adding proper food habits can prevent many eye diseases.”
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