Is macular amyloid curable by glycolic acid peels?

No. Macular amyloid is related to age-related macular degeneration, a condition in the retina. Glycolic acid peels of the skin will not help.
No, see Dermatology. Macular amyloidosis of the skin is not related to the eye and is the commonest form of primary localized cutaneous amyloidosis. I believe the previous answers have been confusing drusen (shown in photo) of the macula of the eye (retina) with macular amyloidosis of the skin, a dermatological condition. Not my field, but macular amyloidosis is deep in the skin and a peel removes only superficially.

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