Blindsided: Healthy living advocate battles eye cancer

Cori found out recently that she has Choroidal Melanoma, or eye cancer. She’s in Philadelphia right now waiting a second surgery on Monday to remove a tumor. Despite struggling with some pain and dealing with this news on a personal level, Cori thought that maybe her story, even in its early stages, can help others. Read […]

With his eye saved, 6-year-old has been a guide to others.

Logan Milleman bounced down a hallway of Wills Eye Hospital on Wednesday, showing off his new ID badge: Master Logan, Commander in Chief. He was in good spirits. His right eye has been cancer-free for almost five years. Click to read more.

Chemotherapy in Retinoblastoma Recent Advances

Carol L. Shields, MD, co-director of the ocular oncology service at Wills Eye Institute and Retina Today editorial board member, gives an update on current management of retinoblastoma. View the video on here