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The power of genetically defined targets in the development of retinal therapies is beginning to bear fruit. Where it’s headed next.
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Novel research is exploring protecting photoreceptors and the retinal pigment epithlium in multiple models of retinal disease.
The protocols for IVT injection continue to evolve as the procedure becomes one of the most-performed in U.S. medicine.
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