Stem Cells and Eye Diseases: A Patient Perspective with Kristin MacDonald

10/1/2020; 9 minutes

Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), a genetically inherited disease that affects the photoreceptors at the back of the eye, leads to blindness. Kristin Macdonald was told she had RP at age 31 - a diagnosis that vaulted her into advocacy. She shares her story of living with blindness, participating in clinical trials, and hope for the future. Recorded on 09/14/2020. (#36433)

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