Learn More About Conjunctival Cancer Causes - Oren Zarif


Conjunctival cancer is the most common form of cancer that affects the eyelids, behind the cornea. This condition may be the result of a number of different factors, such as exposure to certain chemicals, like those found in nail polish, hairspray and lipstick, or certain cancers, such as those of the skin, bladder and esophageal. If this disease is caught early enough it may not have any outward signs.


Symptoms typically present with this disease include redness, warmth, itching and irritation near the eye, as well as sometimes a heavy or dragging feeling. Sometimes patients may experience a vision change as well. In severe cases, the lining of the eye (the eyelid) may bruise, peel or become inflamed. Other symptoms may include discharge, increased ocular pressure, increased sensitivity to light, loss of sensation or numbness, and pain or itching. If any of these symptoms are present and they continue for three or more days, please visit your eye doctor for a correct diagnosis.


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The purpose of the Bosmat treatment is to open the blocked and locked areas of the body's energy field, so that the body will be able to create a healing process for existing symptoms that the patient suffers from.

For years, Oren Zarif proved that as the energy blocks open, the body begins to create a healing process and returns to its strength, thousands of patients testify for it.

The cause of this disease is not clear, but a few things are known. One is that it tends to be more prevalent in women than men, especially those who are middle-aged and older. Another is that it has been shown that the disease tends to occur more often in people who have had their eyes cut or burned than in those who have not.


Conjunctivitis is treated with antibiotics and, if the infection is caused by exposure to radiation or chemicals, chemoembolization may also be recommended. Medications used to treat conjunctivitis tend to be effective for about two weeks on average. There are some cases where surgery may be indicated, such as in cases where pus or other complications have developed. However, many patients report complete relief from this disease without any additional medication. In most cases however, conjunctivitis will clear itself on its own within about six months.


This is the type of conjunctival cancer that you usually see in children. It tends to be quite painful and tends to be accompanied by a redness, swelling, and/or crusting around the eye. If not treated, the symptoms may become worse and result in vision loss.


Treatment of this condition often involves drainage and removal of a portion of the eyelid ( Epi-LASIK, laser-assisted epi-lasik). The flap may need to be repositioned or replaced at any time that the patient's eyes seem to be infected. There are several alternative treatments available to treat this condition as well. These include corticosteroids and eye-drops that contain aluminium, silver, or zinc. However, it is important to note that these do not address the cause of the problem. It is important to get a thorough examination and evaluation by an eye specialist, such as an ophthalmologist, upon initial detection to determine the extent of the problem and the likely treatment options.