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Geographic Atrophy By the Numbers

by the numbers data sheet on GA
Download or view the factsheet here.

About 1.5 million people in the U.S. are affected by geographic atrophy (GA), according to data presented in factsheet from Iveric Bio: Geographic Dystrophy By the Numbers. About three-quarters of them may be undiagnosed.

As extrafoveal lesions can progress to foveal involvement in just a few years, it becomes even more important to be aware of the risk factors and impact of this condition of this irreversible condition.

More data points from the By the Numbers factsheet

Iveric Bio has more information on identifying GA, imaging, management and additional resources at seegadifferently.com.

Read more stories about GA and Iveric Bio here.

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