Rhabdomyosarcoma is a rare cancer involving the area around the eye. It is most often found in children and is the most common cancer in children affecting the eye area. Treatment has improved considerably over the last few decades.
Treatment at an academic medical center which manages a high volume of rhabdomyosarcomas is important for the best outcomes.
Stanford is a global referral center for rhabdomyosarcomas and is at the forefront of developing new, minimally invasive procedures that treat them.