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    Use the filters directly below to select resources by disease type, interest, resource type and language. You'll find most of our disease information brochures under 'Patient Publications'.


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    Stargardt disease fact sheet

    This fact sheet discusses the causes of Stargardt disease, diagnosis and treatment. It is the most common childhood macular condition.

    Living with diabetic eye disease

    A fact sheet on living well with diabetic retinpathy and diabetic macular oedema.

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    AREDS2 supplements for AMD

    If you’ve been diagnosed with age-related macular degeneration you may benefit from an AREDS2 supplement.

    Caring for someone with macular disease

    A resource for anyone who is a carer for someone with macular disease.

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    Age-related macular degeneration booklet

    This booklet outlines the risk factors and symptoms of age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

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    Retinitis pigmentosa fact sheet

    This fact sheet is about retinitis pigmentosa (RP), the name given to a diverse group of inherited eye disorders that affect the retina at the back of the eye.

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    How can I reduce my risk of falling?

    Falls are a common problem for people living with vision loss. But many falls are preventable, and injuries can be minimised.

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    How can I volunteer with MDFA?

    At MDFA, our volunteers are essential to the work that we do.

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    How does support from a carer help someone living with macular disease?

    If you provide care or support to a family member or friend with vision loss, there are so many ways you can help make a big difference.

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