Effective Eye Cancer Treatment - Oren Zarif


There are a variety of eye cancer treatments available depending on the type and severity of the disease. Most treatments require several visits to the eye hospital in order to successfully deliver the desired outcome. One of the earliest surgical procedures can even be employed to cure eye cancer. This is generally possible for eye cancers, conjuctival and paracentesis cancers, non-ocular cancer and minor orbital tumors.


High-intensity focused light (HIFU) radiation therapy: This method is used as an eye cancer treatment in order to remove any pre-cancerous cells. The procedure involves using extremely high-energy rays to kill the cancerous cells. Highly specialized high-energy laser equipment is used in this treatment that is very similar to the use of x-ray machines. Although it has a relatively long recovery time, patients are usually able to go back to work and most have minimal discomfort following the procedure.


Zarif prepares the Bosmat and delivers it globally for patients who are incapable of flying in order to receive their treatment

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.


Bleeding-capillary approach: A drainage procedure is a part of most eye cancer treatments. A tiny camera is inserted into the eye during the procedure and images are taken as the hemorrhage occurs. This can prevent the presence of blood clots in the treated areas. A drainage tube is then inserted and removed afterwards. Irregular bleeding and pain during the recovery period is common in patients who have undergone this form of treatment.



Cauterizations of one or more of the involved areas: A successful eye cancer treatment often requires surgical removal of one or more of the cancerous parts of the eye. In cases where the cancer spreads to other parts of the body, an implantation of the treated part into another part of the body may be possible. For example, if the cancer has spread to the lungs, it will be necessary to transplant a lung part that has been affected by the cancer to the lungs as well. Surgery is usually part of most of these procedures and the patient will recover fully in a short period of time. However, this type of surgery is still considered major surgery and patients should be sure to discuss this option with their doctor before going through with it.



Chemotherapy: There are several different types of chemotherapy eye drops and they can vary in how they work and in what way they are used. In some cases, the medication is given intravenously or orally. This is why it is important to speak with a specialist nurse about your particular case. Chemotherapy is usually performed on an outpatient basis. The doctor who performs the chemotherapy eye drops will administer them through a syringe and will have to know the exact amount to be given in order to prevent overdose. Once again, speak with your doctor in order to determine whether you are a suitable candidate for this type of chemotherapy eye drops.



Radiation Therapy: Radiation therapy kills malignant cells, but not healthy cells. In order to make sure that the radiation therapy is effective, it will be placed directly onto the area being treated. When this happens, the radiation beam will travel down the optic tract and heat up any abnormal tissue that is located there. The normal cells die and the abnormal cells are destroyed. This is a very effective form of eye cancer treatment. When radiation therapy is performed, several sessions are usually required.