early, intermediate, and advanced.
The advanced form of dry AMD is called GA
What happens to your eye in GA?
In GA, cells in your retina die, also known as “atrophy.” This creates patches of dead cells in your eye called “lesions” that cause vision loss.
Senses light and converts it into signals that your brain turns into images.
The center of your retina that helps you see details.
Responsible for your sharpest and clearest vision.
IZERVAY is a treatment for GA, the advanced form of dry AMD.
your GA is progressing
GA progression is different for everyone.
Even if your symptoms are subtle or you have no symptoms at all, GA may still be progressing.
In as few as 2.5 years,* GA can spread to the fovea, where vision is sharpest and clearest.
routine and your independence
67% of people with GA lose the ability to drive*
50% of people with GA lose 2 lines of vision
Ask your doctor how your GA is progressing.
Together, you can work on a treatment plan to slow GA progression.