-5.00 down to -3.00.  That’s a 40% reduction in myopia, and confirmed by the optometrist.  Wow.

The endmyopia library of individual improvement reports has grown quite impressively large at this point.  Spanning years and students from every walk of life, ages from 5 years old all the way to 90 and over, and from all over the world.  

And these stories are everywhere, from my e-mail (and yes, I saved them all), to the BackTo20/20 support forum (obviously), all the way to social media – in particular our darling Facebook group.

It’s inarguable at this point – endmyopia does exactly as the name promises.

Let’s continue cataloging improvement reports, add to the voices that speak out against the mainstream dogma of “forever myopia”.  

Andrea’s turn, today:

“Back from the optometrist.”

Consider in full, what this means for Andrea.

Significantly reduced risk of retinal detachment.  That’s a big deal.  And she’s right at the point where she can function at near distances, without glasses (handy when you’re trying to find them – your glasses).  She’s also empowered to continue reducing her diopter dependence, all the way back to 20/20.

Compare that experience with everything up to her -5 diopters.  What has mainstream optometry ever done for Andrea?

They sold her the quick fix, with glasses.  And they watched her myopia grow and grow, her eyesight become worse, making money off every diopter increase along the way.  They’d have made money off her retinal detachment surgery, her glaucoma, and all the lens and fashion frame sales along the way.  

And that’s a fact.  No finger pointing, no taking sides, just simply … fact.

This is no different from the sugar industry, or the guys selling prescription amphetamines to your kids for “ADHD treatment”.   No big conspiracy, just businesses looking for increased “shareholder value”.  And you can’t fight that quest for profit head on (truth vs. a room full of corporate lawyers – bringing a plastic butter knife to a gun fight).  

What you can do is dig and research and explore, look for the truth.  Look for clinical science, educate yourself about basic biology, do your own experiments.

You might be like Andrea, on your way to no longer being a “patient”, no longer being “genetically deficient”, no longer being “sick”.  

And if you do, realize that you now know an inconvenient truth.  The sort of thing you wisely only whisper about.  ;)