One woman shares her experience caring for a loved one with geographic atrophy.
Russel Hare can’t see in 3D anymore, but is able to live a normal life with geographic atrophy. He follows his eye doctor’s advice to slow the progression.
As a retina specialist and ophthalmologist, one expert gives their perspective on geographic atrophy and how to manage it. Get the facts about this advanced form of dry age-related macular degeneration.
In early 2023, the FDA approved the first drug to slow the progression of geographic atrophy. And more treatments are in the works to prevent vision loss.
People with geographic atrophy are often at risk for social isolation, as vision impairment may affect the activities they’re used to doing. In this slideshow, learn tips on how to adjust to these changes and stay connected.