More than 15 million Americans have some form of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), an eye disease that destroys central vision and leads to blindness and difficulty doing even the simplest daily activities.
To the rescue: a tiny, FDA-approved telescope implant that uses micro-optical technology to fully restore a person's vision.
Dr. Julia A. Haller, ophthalmologist-in-chief at the Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia, talks about this groundbreaking device and procedure. Find out how this smaller-than-a-pea technology can help reverse blindness, allowing people to read, see faces and enjoy more independent lives.
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