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    Saving sight will save billions of dollars

    An investment to save the sight of thousands of vulnerable older Australians will save the Government up two billion dollars.

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    Our final Vision Voice for the year celebrates two remarkable centenarian members of our community

    MDFA partners with TerryWhite Chemmart for national campaign

    Pharmacists have a valuable role to play in early detection and reducing the impact of

    Eye injections – a lifeline to the outside world

    As her ophthalmologist, Dr Paul Beaumont enters her room in the nursing home, 102-year-old Norma

    Introducing My Eyes

    Since 2001, MDFA has supported thousands of people each year with information about macular disease.

    New research & education course highlights importance of improving IRD awareness among Optometrists

    Inherited retinal diseases (IRDs) have a significant impact on the Australian population, with approximately 1

    National Strategic Action Plan for Macular Disease

    Macular Disease Foundation Australia (MDFA) has recently provided the Department of Health and Ageing with

    Vision Voice Spring edition Read our latest newsletter

    MDFA’s latest newsletter is out now.

    2023 Research Grant Program recipients announced

    MDFA is Australia’s largest source of research funding in the field of macular disease outside of government.

    2023 Research Grant recipient

    Spatial transcriptomics in diabetic macular ischaemia