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    Latest research supports Mediterranean and Asian-style eating plans to reduce risk of AMD

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    Everything you need to know about age-related macular degeneration

    An article authored by Associate Professor Alex Hunyor and Associate Professor Anthony Kwan for The Medical Journal of Australia’s InSight publication.

    What kind of country lets its older citizens go blind?

    Patron, Ita Buttrose AC OBE makes an impassioned plea in this opinion editorial piece as part of Macula Month.

    Healthy eating, healthy eyes.

    It’s all very painless really. And your eyes might be grateful.

    New Nutrition Guidelines for AMD

    New findings reveal that consuming more than 12g of alcohol per day (less than one large glass of wine or large beer) is linked to a higher risk of developing irreversible vision loss; new nutrition guidelines released to help protect Australians’ eyesight.

    Vision Voice: Read our latest newsletter

    Welcome to the special My Eyes edition of Vision Voice.

    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.

    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.

    Improving the diagnosis of macular disease

    Grant Family Fund support is allowing Dr Alexis Ceecee Britten-Jones to research a way to ensure people with rare inherited macular dystrophies receive the right treatment for them in future.

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