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Macular Degeneration

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Stem cell research and MACULAR DEGENERATION

If your vision is fading due to macular degeneration, you know it’s time to seek help. Our non-invasive Stem Cell Therapy treatment might be the solution for you. 

Are you or someone that you know experiencing difficulties with their vision due to age? Macular degeneration is a slow progressing eye disease that can interfere with your central vision. It won’t lead to complete blindness, but every day activities may come to a standstill because of its interference. That means difficulty reading or recognizing a face in a room full of people you might have known for ages!

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Cause of Macular Degeneration:

The most common cause of macular degeneration is age. Those who are 50 years or older present the highest risk for the disease, although it can start earlier. Other causes related to macular degeneration are:
  • Smoking – this can double chances of developing the disease
  • Genetics – those with a family history of macular degeneration are at higher risk 
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What is Macular Degeneration?

Macular degeneration occurs when there is damage to the macula (a tiny spot near the center of the retina and eye. This area allows us to see sharp, focused and central vision. If it is damaged (aging or thinning of macular tissues) then the objects we see straight ahead of us will appear muted or dim.

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Macular Degeneration Symptoms:

Generally, macular degeneration symptoms are gradual and painless, they include:

  • Blurriness of printed words
  • Difficulty at recognizing faces or objects
  • Color dimness
  • Light dimness
  • Reduced central vision
  • Visual distortions

Macular Degeneration Risks:

Factors that may increase the risk of macular degeneration include:

  • Cardiovascular diseases/ high blood pressure
  • Obesity
  • Prolonged sun exposure (UV damage to eyes)
  • Eye color – those with light-colored eyes are at higher risk
  • Race – the disease is most common amongst Caucasians


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