This is Dr. David
yes, there is hope to be able to slow down or return some of your central vision.
you need to see a hematologist onoclogist to run test like a full body PET/CT scan, colonoscopy. PSA blood test, skin evaluation to look for sources of cancer.
your eye doctor can refer you to a hematologist
or your primary care doctor can help you find one.
I have had patients who have had neuroendocrine tumors in their body cause autoimmune retinopathy and loss of vision from a cancer process going on in the body. it is very rare, but can happen.
let me know if you have other questions.
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