Those of you who are suffering from cataracts, or know family members who are, and who have read the posts in the Cataract Forum on Curezone, may like to know that several cataract reversal eyedrops that allowed patients to avoid surgery were available in the past but are no longer available, one is still widely available on the Internet but only works on early cataracts or cortical cataracts, while others are still being used in countries where the international ophthalmology clique has less grip. About all of which the eye profession claims to know nothing. You may also like to know that eminent members of the eye profession directly admitted to me (and to others) that they could not allow eye drops to be used to treat cataracts because, to put it in their own words, "surgery is their bread-and-butter". To be sure, if you were in a profession which had a huge income from surgery to the tune of $14 billion per annum - even though you knew that replacement of the natural lens by a plastic IOL cannot restore completely normal vision, and even though you knew that quite a few patients come out with ruined vision post-op, you might just shut your eyes and ears, and - with the help of national organizations and the media - suppress all the nonsurgical competition, and hope to God that cataract patients never find out the truth that their surgery could have been averted. After all, eye doctors are only human - or are they?