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Radiotherapy

 

Radiotherapy is a treatment that can be given to the whole eye.  It is done by using high-energy invisible rays from a machine, these rays destroy cancer cells.  This treatment is usually given everyday, 5 days a week, for 4 weeks, but this can change depending on what the doctor suggests.