Dr. Finger has found that even large conjunctival squamous carcinomas can be managed by performing a simple, painless in office biopsy to confirm the diagnosis. Then Dr. Finger prescribes one of 3 types of chemotherapy eye drops until he finds the drug that melts away and cures the squamous cancers. At The New York Eye Cancer Center, this approach has eliminated the need for surgery in over 90% of these cases. However, it is not the same for conjunctival melanomas. Here Dr. Finger uses topical chemotherapy eye drops in addition to surgical removal and freezing “cryotherapy.” Good news is that in April of 2019, Drs. Paul Finger and Anna Pavlick published their research work showing that Checkpoint Immunotherapy is helpful in treated advanced and metastatic conjunctival melanoma.
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