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I'm having very successful treatment at Duke Eye Center for wet macular degeneration in one eye and dry in the other. I saw a bulletin from PreserVison about a new formula with fish oil. Should I change from the formula I have used for about a year with beta-carotene?
You are fortunate to be receiving your care at such an outstanding institution. With regard to your PreserVision, I would not make any changes at this time. A large multicenter research study, the Age Related Eye Disease Study-Part 2, will be announcing the results of a large clinical trial later this spring. This study is looking at the optimal formula for treating dry AMD.
Answered by: Paul Sternberg Jr., MD
Categories: Eye Diseases
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Answered: May 09, 2013
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