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What does SEE stand for?

SEE stands for Surgical Eye Expeditions

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These organizations include: American College of Physicians American Dental Association American Medical Association American Nurses Association Council of Medical Specialty Societies Emergency Nurses Association International Eye Foundation Harvard Medical School Surgical Eye Expeditions International University of Alabama, Birmingham University of California, Los Angeles University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio University of Texas, Austin Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity World Medical Relief, Inc.
Cheri Van Bebber of Springfield has visited Vietnam, Thailand and Kenya with Surgical Eye Expeditions, a nonprofit group that provides cataract surgery to poor people around the world.
As a member of Surgical Eye Expeditions, Davidorf traveled to Mexico and Africa last summer to provide free, state-of-the-art vision care to children blinded by cataracts and glaucoma.
Among the 20 grant recipients for 2011 were Black Business & Professional Association (Canada), BrainTrust Canada, Children's Brain Foundation, InterAction, JCC Maccabi Games Kaiserman JCC, MedShare, National Research Center for Women and Families, PEACE OUTside Campus, Society for Public Health Education, Surgical Eye Expeditions (SEE), Texas Organ Sharing Alliance, and United Nation's University.
Among the 20 grant recipients for 2011 were Black Business & Professional Association (Canada), BrainTrust Canada, Children's Brain Foundation, InterAction, JCC Maccabi Games Kaiserman JCC, MedShare, National Research Center for Women and Families, PEACE OUTside Campus, Society for Public Health Education, Surgical Eye Expeditions (SEE), Texas Organ Sharing Alliance, and United Nation's University.