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AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month



AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month

AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month, observed in February and sponsored by the National Eye Institute Information Office, raises awareness about AMD (Age-Related Macular Degeneration) and Low Vision. These disorders have an impact on people of all ages, yet few are aware of AMD and low vision symptoms, risk factors, and the way to manage these disorders. In the United States, the most common causes of low vision are AMD, cataracts, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. AMD is the leading cause of vision loss affecting more than 15 million adults aged 50 and up.

AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month, sponsored by the National Eye Institute Information Office, encourages people to learn more about AMD or Low Vision. It also aims to disseminate information about how to care for one's eyes, brings awareness to the symptoms, risk factors and treatment of AMD or Low Vision, raises funds needed for its research and related programs, and pushes people to help educate others.

AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month Sponsor:
National Eye Institute Information Ofice
To learn more, visit http://nei.nih.gov/nehep/lvam

The awareness color for Macular Degeneration is Purple.

Purple Custom Awareness Ribbon for Macular Degeneration, click here. Purple Awareness Ribbon for Macular Degeneration, click here. Purple Awareness Wristband for Macular Degeneration, click here. Purple Fabric Ribbons for Macular Degeneration, click here.

Earlier Event: February 1
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