Step 2: Monitor Your Body

Monitoring your body regularly can help spot cancer early and save your life.
Monitor your eyes

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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.

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Get the Eye Monitoring Guide

Increase the chances of successful treatment when you spot cancer early! Download the Eye Monitoring Guide and start monitoring your eyes today!

Get the Complete Body Monitoring Guide

Download the Complete Body Monitoring Guide to keep track of your body’s changes. The guide includes interactive charts and body monitoring guidelines.

Save a Body Monitoring and Screening & Testing schedule

Regular monitoring and testing is a life-saving habit. Save a Body Monitoring and Screening & Testing schedule to your Google Calendar or iCalendar to stay on track!