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A Polk County, Iowa, court has ordered a local company to halt sales of a product it claimed allowed for improvement in vision without surgery and ordered $200,000 in restitution to consumers, Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller has announced.

The court ordered Vision Improvement Technologies Inc. to stop all sales of its “See Clearly Method,” a kit that included manuals, charts and video and audio tapes that demonstrated eye exercise methods the company claimed would improve vision. The company sold “tens of thousands” of the kits at $350 each, Miller said.

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