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Our first work with retinal disease was mostly with macular degeneration and Stargardt disease. In our paper describing the results from our first 120 clients, we saw amazing results, and in that study, those with wet macular degeneration actually did better than those with the dry form. To see these results, please go to our article, 120 Amazing Patients That Changed How We Care for Eyes. CLICK HERE to see the article.
While there is no definitive cure for Macular Degeneration, there are some effective means of treatment:
- Call us at (888) 838-3937 to learn about the Better Eye Health Program which includes the complete group of treatments that have helped thousands recover vision.
- Syntonic Light Therapy applies specific light frequencies through the eyes. These light frequencies stimulate the functioning of the retina and aid in detoxification.
- Microcurrent Stimulation is a painless procedure that has proven effective for people with Macular Degeneration.
- Consuming sufficient vitamins and nutrients may also be an effective way to slow the progression of the disease for many with Macular Degeneration. A prescribed regimen of heart-healthy oils and Omega-3 fatty acids have been proven to offer benefits to people diagnosed with Macular Degeneration.
- If you've been diagnosed with Macular Degenerationdisease or any other disease causing blindness, be sure to request our report, "The TRUTH Your Eye Doctor Isn't Telling You." We've provided a wealth of information about ways to tackle this challenge to your vision.
Macular Degeneration has many different clinical presentations, and just as many different associated genetic abnormalities. No single genetic variation has been found that would predispose someone to developing macular degeneration.
One interesting genetic variant involves the gene that is generally associated with Stargardt disease, AKA juvenille macular degeneration. That is the gene that codes for the ATP binding casette transporter protein, or ABCR. Variants on this gene can be found in people with Stargardt, macular degeneration and RP. All very different clinical presentations, but with a common gene. One good paper that describes this was in the American Journal of Human Genetics (AJHG). To find this article, search in scholar.google.com for:
The American Journal of Human Genetics, Volume 67, Issue 4, October 2000, Pages 800-813
This is an important concept, for it shows how all of the different retinal dystrophies have much in common. If you have macular degeneration, and hear of some amazing treatment that someone develops for retinitis pigmentosa, then it may be news you can use.
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