Join us and guest speaker Kapil Bharti, PhD, who will discuss a new treatment for macular degeneration that is currently being studied using stem cell therapy to restore lost vision.
The most common treatments for glaucoma are eye drops, but they are not the only option! Guest expert Tania Lamba, MD, will discuss current and future glaucoma treatment options.
Join us and guest speaker W. Lloyd Clark, MD, who will discuss a new anti-VEGF treatment option that is available for wet AMD. Dr. Clark specializes in the treatment of vitreous and retinal diseases. He is also dedicated to the advancement of new treatments for retinal diseases through his involvement with clinical trials for the newest therapies for age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and retinal vein occlusions.
In this episode, guest expert, Mona Kaleem, MD, discussed whether marijuana/cannabis or CBD can be used as an effective treatment for glaucoma, and highlighted the effects of marijuana on vision, as backed by science.
Join us and guest speaker Dr. Veeral Sheth, who will discuss geographic atrophy, an advanced and severe form of dry age-related macular degeneration, and the landscape of treatments that are currently available.
Guest moderator Jullia A. Rosdahl, MD, PhD, interviewed occupational therapist Omar Mohiuddin, OTR/L, MS, MPH, CLVT, and Ed Haines from the organization Hadley on the topic of vision rehabilitation. They discussed providers and services that specialize in helping to maximize your remaining vision.
This event featured Thomas V. Johnson, MD, PhD, who discussed the current research on neuroregeneration & neuroprotection using stem cells for glaucoma.
Katherine Freund, Founder and President of Independent Transportation Network of America, discusses how aging impacts our driving skills, explores alternatives to driving, as well as what you can do if there are no currently driving resources in your area.
This event featured two glaucoma experts, Amy Zhang, MD and Amy Mehta, MD, who discussed important questions you should ask your doctor about your glaucoma diagnosis.