On February 10, a surgeon at Washington University performed surgery wearing a special pair of glasses that made cancer cells blue! This allowed the surgeon to distinguish the normal tissue from the cancerous tissue. Normally tissue needs to be removed and sent to pathology for a “frozen section.” But oftentimes healthy tissue is removed and sometimes bits of cancer remain behind. If this really works as touted, it may be one of the most important advances for oncologic surgery in decades. Wow!