Optometrist Paul Archambault talks with U.S. Army veteran Kenneth Chavis during a glaucoma examination at the Fayetteville VA Medical Center. Optometry is one of several professions regulated in North Carolina by occupational licensing boards.
Optometrist Paul Archambault talks with U.S. Army veteran Kenneth Chavis during a glaucoma examination at the Fayetteville VA Medical Center. Optometry is one of several professions regulated in North Carolina by occupational licensing boards. Patrick Semansky AP
Optometrist Paul Archambault talks with U.S. Army veteran Kenneth Chavis during a glaucoma examination at the Fayetteville VA Medical Center. Optometry is one of several professions regulated in North Carolina by occupational licensing boards. Patrick Semansky AP
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