See the latest photos from our 2019 CHECT family days out in Leicester and Scotland.
A research group at the University at Buffalo outlines their work on new and improved drug therapies for retinoblastoma.
Christmas is a time of joy and celebration, but for Laila Ollie, it was the moment they discovered that their little boy had to have his eye removed.
Kyle’s family travelled from Malta to the UK for his Rb treatment when he was two years old. Now aged 20, he shares his experience of growing up with an artificial eye.
A CHECT Ambassador was recently the guest of honour at a Vision Express store – cutting off the Store Manager’s long locks to raise money for CHECT.
Eve Smyth is a 62-year-old second-generation Rb survivor. She shares her advice, as well as her fascinating story of growing up blind and how she managed to find the strength to adopt after tragically losing her son to trilateral Rb.
Josh’s family moved to the other side of the world to the UK after he was diagnosed with unilateral Rb. Now 17 years old, his Rb experience certainly has not held him back especially when it comes to succeeding in sports and academia.
Genetics student Armita, who had bilateral Rb as a child, shares her experience assisting with Professor Ohnuma’s research, funded by CHECT.
Is your little one a budding artist? Would they like to see their very own picture on our charity Christmas cards this year?
Nicole Beddard undertook a project which explored the experiences of parents with children who have had Rb.
We’re looking for a parent of a child who has had retinoblastoma to join us as a lay representative on our Scientific Advisory Committee.
Parents began to notice a strange ‘white glow’ in the right eye of their two-year-old son Oliver, although it only appeared in certain light.