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The axial length of the eyes of children in Japan, or their front-to-back length, has grown longer as they age, indicative of myopia progression, an education ministry survey showed Thursday.

The survey also showed that children's uncorrected vision got progressively worse as they moved through grades, with the phenomenon especially prominent among girls.

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