Category: <span>Eye Cancer</span>

Can You Get Eye Cancer?

Unfortunately, the short answer to this is yes. But fortunately, cancer of the eye, also known as ocular cancers, is rare. The American Cancer Society estimates just under 3500 new cases diagnosed in 2019 across the whole of the United States.

Cancer refers to a condition where abnormal cells grow and multiply in an uncontrolled manner. The proliferation and spread of these cells can damage and destroy healthy cells in the surrounding tissues, interfering with the normal function of vital organ systems in the body. When it comes to the eye, the majority of ocular cancers are considered secondary cancers, which means the malignant cells originated in another part of the body but then spread (or metastasized) to the eye. A primary ocular cancer is one that first began in the eye itself.
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Tips to Optimize Your LASIK Recovery

Tips to Optimize Your LASIK Recovery

When it comes to laser eye surgery, two things are true: being able to see clearly without eyeglasses or contacts is convenient; …

4 Ways to Protect Yourself from a Pterygium

4 Ways to Protect Yourself from a Pterygium

Unsightly but harmless is a pterygium on the eye. These wing-shaped fibrous growths are often called surfer’s eye due to …

The Difference Between LASIK and PRK

The Difference Between LASIK and PRK

If you’re one of the many bespectacled or be-contact-lensed individuals who have considered your options for no longer …