After retinoblastoma – what happens next?

Dr Helen Jenkinson, a Consultant Paediatric Oncologist at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, highlights what retinoblastoma survivors and their families can expect from their long term follow up team… Every year in the UK around 40-50 children are diagnosed...

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‘Our miracle baby has arrived’

Rachael Tuley no longer entertained the idea of having a family, until the love of her life appeared and changed everything. Rachael, who survived bilateral retinoblastoma as a child, tells her story… I was diagnosed with retinoblastoma at nine...

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Katy’s Grand Canyon charity trek

CHECT ambassador Katy Bishop braved scorching temperatures and steep ravines to raise money for families affected by retinoblastoma. She reveals what it was like taking on one of the natural wonders of the world… "I always wanted to see the...

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Merry Christmas and thank you from CHECT

We’d like to say a very Happy Christmas – and a huge thank you – to all of our wonderful members and supporters. It’s been a busy year at the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust and we’ve achieved some great things with your generous support. Here are...

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