In the News

Our study has received attention in top news sources.  Browse the library below to read the articles and watch the videos.  


 
Cosimo Mazzotta, MD, PHD and Roy Rubinfeld, MD, MA - Cataract and Refractive Surgery Today 2017


 
Roy S. Rubinfeld, MD, Rachel H. Epstein, MD, Parag A. Majmudar, MD, Deborah Kim, OD, Michael Choi, BS, Randy J. Epstein, MD - Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, 2017


What are the advantages of epi-on vs. off corneal crosslinking?
Roy Rubinfeld, MD
Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, April 25, 2016

                


Is this the end of the Epi-On vs. Epi-Off debate? The latest from the International CXL Congress
Roy Rubinfeld, MA, MD,Jonathan Talamo, MD, Doyle Stulting, MD, PhD
International CXL Congress
December, 2015



                


Why I Chose to Perform a New Procedure on a Loved One
William B. Trattler, MD
Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today Europe February 2014


                  
Cross-Linking - Finding The Right Parameters
Christopher Kent
September 2015

Christopher Kent
February 2012


  One surgeon’s impressions after 2 years of cross-linking experience
Ocular Surgery News, February 2014

Cross-linking round table, part 2: Epi-on vs. epi-off and measures of success
Ocular Surgery News, February 2014

Cross-linking round table, part 1: Controversies, techniques and treatment decisions
Ocular Surgery News, February 2014

Learning process ongoing for corneal collagen cross-linking
Ocular Surgery News, February 2014


January 2013


Combining CXL and CK
Michelle Dalton
October, 2014

Epithelial-on Crosslinking Shows Promise
Michelle Dalton


Jorge L. Alio
January 2013


Sandra G. Boodman
December 2011

                          
                                                   Collagen Crosslinking
Fox 25, Boston
May 2012

 

 

Erik Letko, M.D.

July 2012

 

                     
                         Epi-on or epi-off?  Only Time Will Tell
Linda Roach
2011

 
William Trattler, M.D.; Roy Rubinfeld, M.D.; Parag A. Majmudar, M.D.; Sandy T. Feldman, M.D.
Winter 2010

Transepithelial (epithelium –on) corneal crosslinking is an investigational procedure in the US, and the medical device associated with this procedure is limited by Federal law to investigational use.