Antiangiogenic Drugs Are Stopping Neovascularization in Wet Macular Degeneration

(Updated 3/12/22) A substance in the body called Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) is responsible for the growth of new blood vessels. It promotes this growth by stimulating the endothelial cells, which form the walls of the vessels and transport nutrients and oxygen to the tissues. Evidence shows that when the retinal pigment epithelial (RPE) [Read More]

Summary of Research and Developments in Macular Degeneration, 2010-2011

by Dan Roberts June 19, 2011 Introduction Since 2006, I have done my best to condense the high points of the previous year’s macular degeneration research into a single report that is concise and understandable for the layperson. I do so, because I understand first hand how important it is to be aware of everything [Read More]