Over the years I’ve had many patients ask,” What is macular degeneration?” In most cases, the patient is asking three things.
- Macular degeneration symptoms.
- Patients usually want to know what to expect. Is their vision going to get worse, and if so how much?
- Macular degeneration causes.
- There’s a group of patients, and you know who you are, who want to know what’s happening in the eye and what’s causing it. I believe these patients are trying to maximize the effectiveness of their fight against blindness.
- Macular degeneration treatment.
- First, the good news. I’m going to give you an second FREE report, Case Studies in Successful Treatment of Macular Degeneration. This one chronicles two published sequential case studies of successful treatment of wet macular degeneration.
In fairness, these are small case studies, but they are intriguing in both result and in the prolonged time of success.
Is this the, “magic bullet”?
No. At best it’s a piece of the puzzle.
Macular degeneration is like a puzzle. Many factors are involved, and fortunately we know many of them.
We just don’t know how they’d all work together. We don’t know because there’s never been a study that tried it.
So, the next best thing is to bring you, the patient, up to speed on current research on macular degeneration treatment.
- Dry macular degeneration.
- Wet macular degeneration.
- Macular degeneration treatment that consists of a Comprehensive Approach.
We’ll work hard to explain to you in simple terms what is going wrong in your retina, and what your best options are based on published research.
Do you cook with canola oil or corn oil? Eat lots of red meat? Indulge in sugar? If so, you seriously need this information.
This is no,” One-Doctor” opinion. These articles are peer-reviewed and published in top ranked medical and ophthalmology publications.
So, I’d recommend you start here. (To macular degeneration symptoms). We’ll take you through two FREE special reports that will, in simple terms, tell you what’s going on in your eyes.
After that, it’s up to you.
We wish you well on your journey.