The National Review article The article The editor writes that the researchers did not find any significant differences between the two methods.
The article says that the study shows that ultraviolet light can interfere with the vision of people with macular degeneration, and that the research also shows that people with this disease often have reduced vision in combination with other eye conditions.
The review states that the authors concluded that ultraviolet-light-induced macular edema can result in visual impairment and/or macular retinopathy.
The review also mentions the use of ultraviolet-sensitive filters to prevent the harmful effects of UV light.
This article appears in the November 15, 2017 issue of National Review.