Over the past years, the VMR Research Foundation has been at the forefront of efforts to shed light on vision-degrading myodesopsia (VDM) and elevate its status to a recognized eye disease deserving of effective and safe treatments.

Through extensive research endeavors, the foundation has made significant strides in understanding the underlying causes and mechanisms of eye floaters, paving the way for innovative approaches to treatment. Spearheaded by Dr. Sebag and his dedicated research team, these efforts have yielded promising advancements in the quest for safer and less invasive treatment modalities.

For an in-depth look at the foundation’s future research plans and strategies, you can open and download the PDF file provided here:

Central to the foundation’s mission is the VDM Project, which serves as a vital resource for individuals worldwide affected by eye floaters. By providing up-to-date information on the latest research findings and developments, the VDM Project empowers sufferers to stay informed and engaged in their journey towards better vision health. Through comprehensive outreach efforts, the project strives to foster a global community of support and collaboration among patients, researchers, and healthcare professionals.

Your support is crucial in advancing our mission.

Please consider making a donation today to help fund critical research initiatives, enabling us to accelerate progress towards safer and more effective treatments for VDM:

Together, we can make a difference in the fight against vision-degrading myodesopsia.