My Mac D Podcast is joined by Dr. Stambolian. Dr. Stambolian describes how they are taking a new approach focusing research on human eye tissue to better understand what makes a normal macula different from other locations in the retina. Their goals, he says, is to develop better treatments and work on finding a cure.
MyMacDLife interviews leading retina specialist, Dr. Timothy Murray. Dr. Murray offers details and information surrounding macular degeneration and new potential treatments. He provides tips and strategies for patients and their caregivers, including key questions you should be asking your doctor.
My Mac D Life revisits past conversations with Christine Pedi. Christine Pedi is an American television and theatre actress, cabaret performer and radio personality. Christine shares her adventures as she navigates through the world with diminished vision while trying to get a better understanding of herself and the world.
Bill Kilroy and Michael Wood join My Mac D Life to talk about Vispero's Topaz Ultra and the Clear View C. Vispero is the world's leading assistive technology provider for the visually impaired.
MyMacDLife hosts take a peek into the mailbag to answer common questions surrounding Mac D that were sent in by listeners.
MyMacDLife is joined by Kira Baldonado. She is the Vice President for Prevent Blindness. She oversees the development and implementation of the organization’s public health and policy agenda, working closely with affiliate offices and partner organizations across the country.
Dr. Erin Kenny joins MyMacDLife to discuss Low Vision and Vision Rehabilitation. She is Chief of the William Feinbloom Vision Rehabilitation Center.
My Mac D is joined by Chris Caswell. He is a part of Low Vision International in Växjö, Sweden. LVI's mission is to make every day easier for people with visual impairments, LVI develops, produces and sells visual aids with high standards for reliability, simplicity and serviceability.