AMD can progress to GA, Wet AMD, or both
can progress to either (or both)
Eyes with GA can also develop wet AMD
Eyes with wet AMD can also develop GA
SYFOVRE is the first FDA-approved treatment for GA. It is not approved to treat wet AMD.
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AMD is an eye disease primarily found in people over the age of 50
Although symptoms may be mild, it can lead to reduced vision or blurriness
Even small vision changes can mean that AMD may be progressing to GA, wet AMD, or both
GA is the dry, advanced form of AMD
It happens when patches of damaged cells, called lesions, permanently damage the retina
GA gets worse over time and is irreversible
Click here to learn how GA progresses
Wet AMD happens when new blood vessels grow and leak into the macula
It causes bleeding, scarring, and sudden vision changes
GA and wet AMD share similar symptoms
Talk to your eye doctor today if you notice any changes in your vision.