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.
17-year-old Beth Holman shares her experiences of growing up with a visual impairment having been treated for bilateral Rb as a baby.
As we near the end of one school year, many are already looking to the new start in August or September. Whether starting nursery for the first time, moving up to primary or transitioning to secondary, the new school year can bring new challenges. Will other students...
Harry is enjoying life at mainstream school thanks to modern equipment and access to support funding. Mum Lisa shares her advice for parents with visually impaired children who are about to start school.
We feel it’s important to recognise those amazing dads out there who go above and beyond to support their families. Here’s just a few of our hero dads!
We hosted a Parliamentary Drop-In event, as part of World Retinoblastoma Awareness Week 2019, to engage MPs in raising awareness of Rb.
“I expected the doctor to say that I was another worried over-bearing mother, panicking over nothing” – the words of a mother who found out the devastating news that her baby boy had cancer.
This short programme, presented by Shane Richie, gives an insight into the journeys of some of our families affected by retinoblastoma, the work that we do and why supporting CHECT is incredibly important.
Dom Bielby shares how having an artificial eye has not held him back, instead how embracing uniqueness can be used as an advantage when making new friends.