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It can be difficult to come to terms with macular disease. Finding out you may lose your sight and adapting to changes can be extremely difficult to deal with.
EastEnders veteran June Brown has said she can no longer recognise her friends as she deals with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) at the age of 92.
For many people, the news they are losing their sight can lead to shock, fear — even despair. The worry that life will never be the same again.
An unhealthy diet including high fat and cholesterol-enriched food can contribute to developing eye diseases which lead to a loss of vision, University of Southampton research has revealed.
The Macular Society has launched a petition today to stop people from needlessly losing their sight.
The Awards for Excellence is our chance to recognise exceptional practice in the care and support of people with macular disease.