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Dry macular degeneration is far more common, develops slowly over time due to oxidation and drusen formation causing the breakdown of the macula. There is currently no medical treatment for dry macular degeneration. Supplements (AREDS 2) formula with lutein and zeaxanthine) help slow the progression. Dry macular degeneration is usually the less serious form, but can progress to the level of legal blindness.
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