a new eye drop called Durezol (DER-eh-zole, difluprednate 0.05%)

You'll see a new eye drop called Durezol (DER-eh-zole, difluprednate 0.05%) hit your pharmacy shelves.

It will compete with prednisolone 1% (Pred Forte, etc) and other steroid eye drops...for reducing pain and inflammation in the eye.

All work about the same and cause similar side effects.

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