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Do you know your “Eye Q”?

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Approximately 29 million Americans have diabetes and all are at risk for diabetic macular edema (DME), a leading cause of vision loss of people with diabetes.  Dr. Michael Cooney, ophthalmologist and retina specialist, from Johns Hopkins Unviersity joins us to discuss the symptoms of DME and ways to prevent vision loss.  Dr. Cooney also urges anyone living with diabetes to use this time to "know your Eye Q" and schedule and appointment with a retina specialist for a retina (dilated) eye exam.