Ophthalmological Institute Matamoros – IOM

“I Was Blind, But Now Can See.” Where would we be without our vision? It’s probably a question most of us would prefer not to think about. Our vision, our ability to see and perceive our world, is probably the foremost of our senses. Without it, we are quite literally, “in the dark.”The title of this
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U.S. Quality Care at Ecuadorian PricesIf you’ve lived in Cuenca for any amount of time, you have probably passed the three-story building on Huayna Capac, near the intersection with Simón Bolívar and You may have commented on its distinctive appearance—a curving glass front with red, white and blue accents.Even the name on the building seems
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The First Family of PrintingHave you ever wondered what goes into publishing and printing the free, monthly “Cuenca Expats Magazine?” I am somewhat aware of the side where the salespeople secure advertisers who pay for their space and also persuade businesses to have a Business Spotlight written for them to promote their product or service.
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Natasha Verkley · Hearts of Gold

Natasha Verkley loves a challenge. When she became the Executive Director of Hearts of Gold, the charitable organization was in the midst of a big transition and a serious cash shortfall. The last 18 months have been filled with problems to solve, miraculous events, and hours of work from hundreds of dedicated volunteers who believe in
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Our First Year in Review

What’s been happening over the last 12 months? We thought it would be interesting to our readers to update some of our Cover Stories, to see what has happened during our first year of publishing.Our first Cover Story featured Maite Duran, founder, and president of Gringo Visas. This company handles more resident visas for expats
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