Our latest members’ day took place at the Brooklands Museum in Weybridge, Surrey. Here are some photos taken on the day.
We’re inviting MPs to come along to meet parents of children and adults affected by Rb – and we need your help!
Being diagnosed with retinoblastoma back in 1950, Greg Ovens recalls his life experiences including fond memories of his ‘days out’ at Moorfields Eye Hospital with his father
A moving and inspirational TED Talk from James Morley-Smith, whose son lost his sight after being diagnosed with retinoblastoma..
“My daughter’s eye looked like a cat’s eye or a marble in the light – I knew there was something wrong.”
A mother of identical twins was shocked to learn that a strange ‘glow’ in one of her daughter’s eyes was actually retinoblastoma.
Diagnosed with retinoblastoma (Rb) at 14 months old, Alex tells us about the “rollercoaster ride” that is his life, but ultimately how losing your sight is not the end of life’s wonderful experiences.
75 years on, Alan shares his journey of retinoblastoma treatment in a pre-NHS system, growing up with a prosthetic eye and living life to the full.
As the year draws to an end, it’s a time when we like to look back and reflect on what we’ve achieved, thanks to your absolutely amazing support.
Since 1997, the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust has funded more than 20 research projects, totalling almost £700k. Find out more about CHECT research.
Nearly 10 years ago two children were diagnosed with retinoblastoma. Now they have come together to receive a prestigious award for the courage they have shown.
Kate, who had Rb as a baby, looks back on her journey to achieve her dream of becoming a nurse, so she can support families just like hers.
Today is #YouMadeItHappen day, and a chance for the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust to tell you about the difference your amazing support has made.