Step 2: Monitor Your Body
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Monitoring your eyes is difficult. Therefore, at least once a year your eyes should be checked by an ophthalmologist for early detection of cancer.
Anytime you see a sign or difference between the two eyes consider it a “red flag”. It does not mean you have cancer. If it does not correct itself in one week, contact your ophthalmologist for a professional evaluation.