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Congratulations to all the CHECT champions of 2015

Congratulations to all the CHECT champions of 2015

More than 40 courageous and determined children won a CHECT Champion award in 2015 and we’d like to say a huge well done to each and every one. They came from all across the UK and they ranged in age from toddler to teen but they have one thing in common – they have...
Merry Christmas and thank you from CHECT

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 just some of the...
InFocus readers survey – have your say now

InFocus readers survey – have your say now

Here in the CHECT office we’re busy planning how we can make our InFocus newsletter even better in 2016, and we need your help. Please spare two to three minutes to take part in a short readers survey to let us know what you think of InFocus and anything we can do to...
Brave brother and sister awarded as CHECT Champions

Brave brother and sister awarded as CHECT Champions

Siblings Thomas and Beth Hale have been awarded for their courage and bravery while one of them battled against the rare eye cancer retinoblastoma. Thomas was just seven months old when he was diagnosed with the condition, which meant that he needed to have intensive...
Could 3D printing be the future of artificial eyes?

Could 3D printing be the future of artificial eyes?

At Birmingham Children’s Hospital, specialists are always looking into ways to improve prosthetic eyes for children and adults affected by retinoblastoma. Here, Mr Manoj Parulekar, a Consultant Ophthalmologist at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, gives an update...