I just showed this article to my boss (a leading Ophthalmologist) and he said he believes this has been debunked. Basically this was done on people who had macular drusen (not just macular degeneration) and they were essentially lasering the drusen off. It looked better as far as the macula went, but did not show any improvement in the patient’s vision. He said it would be wonderful if it worked but he doesn’t believe it does.
Thank you for the insight.
Not surprising. Every week the British press has stories of amazing developments that are never, never heard of again.
The stories must be designed to make the subjects have a little hope in the NHS.
I think it's mean.