The latest from MDFA
MDFA’s first South Australian Peer Support group to launch in April
Connecting with other people who are going through similar health experiences can improve how you manage your own condition.
Social Impact Survey 2: What did your patients tell us?
Macular Disease Foundation Australia (MDFA) is committed to understanding the impact of macular disease on the lives and health of people who live with the condition. One of the ways we do this is through our Social Impact research.
Connecting with other people who are going through similar health experiences can improve how you
Diabetic eye disease: Laying the foundations for new treatments
Professor Chandra Balaratnasingam’s MDFA-funded research is exploring the cellular changes that occur in diabetic macular ischaemia (DMI) to help develop a breakthrough therapy.
AI, NASA and dry AMD
Find out how the Grant Family Fund is helping Dr Xavier Hadoux use cutting-edge technology to detect the early signs of macular disease.
Could a new supplement help slow AMD?￼
A/Prof Gerald Liew’s second MDFA Research Grant is allowing him to investigate a potential sight-saving supplement to improve dysfunctional mitochondria and prevent age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Read our latest Vision Voice newsletter today
Our final Vision Voice for the year celebrates two remarkable centenarian members of our community who are vigilant in maintaining their vision with sight-saving eye injections.
MDFA partners with TerryWhite Chemmart for national campaign
MDFA and TerryWhite Chemmart are providing people aged 50+ with a fast, easy way to understand and assess their general risk factors for macular disease.
Eye injections – a lifeline to the outside world
The centenarian, whose bookshelves and cupboards are crammed with biographies, literary classics and the odd Agatha Christie mystery, regards her regular eye injections as a lifeline.