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VIEW 1 and VIEW 2 studies: taking a deeper dive


Rahul Khurana, MD, shares a preview of his ASRS poster based on an analysis of the second year of the VIEW 1 and VIEW 2 studies comparing aflibercept and ranibizumab treatment arms.

Rahul Khurana, MD, highlights the analysis illustrating that there's a lot of variability in clinicians’ management of age-related macular degeneration, and also the treatment needs. There are some patients who need to get treated every four weeks or every eight weeks, but there are also patients that can go longer. The analysis showed that nearly half of these patients could go about 12 weeks or greater. Khurana will present his poster during a reception on July 15 at this year’s American Society of Retina Specialists meeting in New York.

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