The following is about my experience with Macular Degeneration and the Medical Profession. On November, 2011 I was diagnosed with wet macular degeneration. I was told by my Ophthalmologist that there was no cure but he could give me an injection that might stop the progression. It didn’t. Three months later I was completely blind in one eye and the disease had started in the other eye. It was fast-moving and very scary. For nineteen months I received monthly injections of a VEGF inhibitor drug that didn’t help. During this time I educated myself and researched the science both old and new. I soon developed my own protocol and with the support of my Ophthalmologist I began using it. Thirteen weeks later I had reversed my blindness from worse than 20/400 to about 20/80.