Macular Degeneration


The Macula is located in the retina, being an essential area where the central vision, detail and movement vision reside. 


Age-related macular degeneration is defined as the wear and tear and deterioration of light-sensitive cells, causing symptoms such as distortions or black areas, blocking central vision.


It’s the main cause of vision loss in Americans over the age of 60. Central vision is progressively lost in one or both eyes. However, in many cases, peripheral vision is not impaired.


Treatment of this condition can slow the progression of the deterioration. If you have been diagnosed, volunteer to participate in our clinical trial by filling out the form, we are just a message or call away to provide you with more information about monetary compensation.