Study uses new tools, machine learning to investigate major cause of blindness in older adults

Age-related macular degeneration is a common disease of aging and a leading cause of blindness in older adults, although blindness can be prevented if AMD is treated early. Advanced AMD is treatable only in about 15% of cases by injecting medications directly into the eye, which is burdensome and expensive for patients and their families.

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