Johnson & Johnson Vision share eye health stories for World Sight Day

A new campaign has been launched by the contact lens company, which has also made commitments to two charitable initiatives

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Johnson & Johnson Vision has launched a new campaign to share the untold stories of practitioners, patients and organisations who are raising awareness of eye health globally.

The #ConnectedBySight campaign is part of Johnson & Johnson Vision’s World Sight Day activity, which takes place on 10 October.

Company group chairman of Cardiovascular Specialty Solutions and Johnson & Johnson Vision, Shlomi Nachman, said: “At Johnson & Johnson Vision, we have a bold ambition to improve the trajectory of eye health. That's something we can't accomplish alone. We have to support organisations driving positive change and connect eye care professionals and the public with education and ways to support making sight accessible to all.”

Johnson & Johnson Vision’s activity also includes a commitment to providing 100,000 children with access to vision screening and 1000 sight-saving surgeries to cataract patients in support of Lions Clubs International Foundation’s Sight for Kids and Himalayan Cataract Project.

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