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  • New technology makes eye exams easier for tribe

    By Alice Popovici
    Bullhead City, Arizona (AP)

    Some members of the Fort Mojave Tribe used to travel to Parker or Phoenix for certain eye exams.

    But imaging technology recently acquired by the Fort Mojave Indian Health Center makes screening patients for diabetes-related vision problems convenient and cost effective, said Kelly Hills, a spokesman for the tribe.

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