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If you have an inherited retinal disease (IRD) due to mutations in both copies of your RPE65 gene and enough remaining cells in your retina, LUXTURNA may help brighten up the night. LUXTURNA is a one-time gene therapy recommended for patients 12 months of age and older.

Shed light on your IRD. Ask your healthcare provider for a genetic test to determine if LUXTURNA is right for you.

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*Participation in Spark Therapeutics Generation Patient ServicesSM is voluntary. You may choose to participate in all, some, or none of the services offered. Participating or deciding not to participate in these services will have no effect on your ability to get treatment or the nature of your treatment or care. Generation Patient Services does not provide medical advice. You should always rely on the direction of your healthcare professional for treatment and care.

*Participation in Spark Therapeutics Generation Patient ServicesSM is voluntary. You may choose to participate in all, some, or none of the services offered. Participating or deciding not to participate in these services will have no effect on your ability to get treatment or the nature of your treatment or care. Generation Patient Services does not provide medical advice. You should always rely on the direction of your healthcare professional for treatment and care.