Frederick Cossom Hollows AC (9 April 1929 – 10 February 1993) was a New Zealand-born ophthalmologist and humanitarian who devoted a great part of his life to the eradication of curable blindness among the underprivileged communities of Oceania, Asia and Africa.
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- To my mind, having a care and concern for others is the highest of the human qualities.
- Australian of the Year Government Site 
- Each year in Africa about two and a half million people go blind...and they just go blind... they sit around in their huts.
- Culture and Recreation Government Site