Patient Videos

Living with macular disease can be challenging for both patients and family members. But you are not alone! Hear directly from patients about their initial diagnosis, challenges, and triumphs over their condition. This section contains a variety of educational videos. You can view pre-recorded videos to learn more about macular disease from the convenience of your own home. Topics include patient testimonies, research, treatment, and more.

Award-Winning Artist Adam Hahn, Creates Awareness of Macular Disease Through Unique Portraits

Patient Video: Sally Hawkes

Patient Video: Dennis Lewis

Patient Video: Michael Feaver

Patient Video: Shirley Hancock

Patient Video: Margaret Wells

Patient Video: MacDonald Curran

Patient Video: Betty Ann Baker

Quicktime Videos

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Learning to Live with Blindness: A compelling account of the patient journey with macular degeneration.

Betty-Ann Baker: View video #1 >

Implication of AMD on national health systems:Economic Burden of Bilateral Neovascular Age-Related Macular Degeneration, Multi-Country Observational Study.

Alan Cruess: View video #2 >

Alan F. Cruess, MD, FRCS, is Professor and Head of the Department of Ophthalmology at the Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine and the Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre.

AMD Research: Theories about AMD causes and progression triggers, including genetics.

Gregory Hageman: View video #3 >

Gregory S. Hageman, Ph.D., is a Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, where he directs the Cell Biology and Functional Genomics Laboratory.

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