Samantha Fraser-Bell (University of Sydney) caught up with us to share the latest results of the AUSSIDEX study, and discuss the real-world impact on patients with DME.
1. What are the main challenges you face when treating patients with diabetic macular oedema? (0:04)
2. Tell us about your current research in this area (0:31)
3. How can the results impact real world practice? (1:58)
4. What do you expect to be the key talking points at this year’s EURETINA meeting? (2:24)
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