Vision Science founder Jackson Leung showing a contact lens that can reduce myopia in children. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Contact lenses invented in Hong Kong to correct child myopia will cost 40 per cent less than current treatment

Developed by Polytechnic University researchers, the device is the first of its kind and could slow progression of the condition by up to 60 per cent

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Vision Science founder Jackson Leung showing a contact lens that can reduce myopia in children. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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