Perspectives on the Future of Retinal Disease Management


Experts conclude this series highlighting what is on the horizon of retinal disease care.


In this final segment, the participants share their excitement for the future of retina care this year and beyond. Across the panel, experts express enthusiasm for the constant evolution of therapies, techniques, and technologies in the field of retina. They touch on the ongoing trials and current research, acknowledging the challenges and complexities of developing new drugs but remains optimistic about potential breakthroughs. Experts circle back to gene therapy, emphasizing the potential for game-changing developments once challenges like inflammation are addressed. The physicians across the panel are excited at the prospect of higher durability agents to continue improving patient quality of life.

This summary was AI-generated and edited for clarity.

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