Steven Ma joins PRN medical advisory panel

Steven Ma joins PRN medical advisory panel

Omega-3 products and supplements company PRN welcomes Steven Ma, MD, to its medical advisory panel.

PRN Physician Recommended Nutriceuticals is pleased to welcome Steven Ma, MD, FRCS(C) to its world-renowned panel of medical thought leaders. Dr. Steven Ma is a practicing ophthalmologist with IRIS Ophthalmology Clinic, Langley, BC in Canada.

Always at the forefront of refractive technology, Dr. Ma has been performing vision correction procedures since 1995. He received his medical degrees from the University of Toronto, finishing his ophthalmology residency at the University of British Columbia. He completed fellowship training in oculoplastic surgery, retina, and refractive surgery, in both Canada and the United States.

Dr. Ma is board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Michael Gross, Chief Medical Officer of PRN Physician Recommended Nutriceuticals, commented, "We are thrilled to have Dr. Ma join our Medical Advisory Panel. With his expertise and dominant presence in Western Canada, he will offer a valuable resource to PRN and our partners. For PRN, this also represents another testament to the widespread endorsement of PRN's products for macular health and relief of dry eye symptoms."

Dr. Ma commented, "I am very pleased to be an integral part of PRN Physician Recommended Nutriceuticals as I strongly believe their line of eye health products offers a superior approach to achieving a therapeutic dose of omega-3s and improving patient outcomes. I look forward to continued support of PRN products and enhancing their growth in Canada and the U.S."

About PRN Physician Recommended Nutriceuticals: PRN is a leading developer of specialty omega-3 products and nutritional supplements. Developed by doctors and recommended by world-renowned medical thought leaders, PRN's products are supported by medical evidence and are unmatched in quality and purity.


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