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We’ve come a long way! Until now, the only way of “home monitoring” to detect vision changes in “dry” AMD has been the Amsler Grid. If you are at high-risk for developing “wet” AMD, you may now take a more … Continue reading

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Understanding Your New Sight You’re invited to meet Lind Stevens, OTRL, SCLV, MS, a highly accomplished occupational therapist with a specialization in low vision rehabilitation, on Sunday, May 15, at the Macular Degeneration Network meeting at Sibley Medical Building. This … Continue reading

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Some experts have likened the initial reactions to irreversible vision loss to the “stages of grief,” as defined by Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, after the loss of a loved one – taking one from denial to anger and depression, and finally, … Continue reading

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Sunday, November 15, 1:30 p.m. – 3 p.m. Sibley Medical Building In this age of information, there is no shortage of diabetes related books, cookbooks, websites and magazines. Unfortunately, information about diabetes is not always credible. How do you decide … Continue reading

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Don’t miss the Macular Degeneration Network’s 2015 Town Hall Meeting and hear from three physicians: Suleiman Alibhai, O.D., Director of POB’s Low Vision Learning Center; Donald Gagliano, M.D., retired Colonel and former Executive Director of the Department of Defense Vision … Continue reading

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