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BY Cynthia DeMarco

When Paul Skobel’s eyelid cancer returned in 2013, his local oncologist told him that he would probably lose his right eye because of the way the tumor had grown back.

Paul’s right orbital bone and cheekbone would need to be removed, and the upper jaw on that side of his face might also have to be reconstructed. With the orbital bone gone, there would be no support structure for an artificial eyeball, so a skin flap would have...

Cancerwise blog post: Paul Skobel overcomes eyelid cancer with Vismodegib

BY Cynthia DeMarco

It took Eileen Brzoska almost eight years to get an accurate adenoid cystic carcinoma diagnosis. “I was misdiagnosed twice due to the rarity...

BY India Ogazi

You probably know that skin cancer can affect many different parts of your skin. But did you know skin cancer also can occur on your eyelid...