‘Having one eye makes me who I am’

‘Having one eye makes me who I am’

Kate Foster was diagnosed with retinoblastoma as a baby and had her eye removed before her first birthday. Now, 28 years later, she looks back on her journey to achieve her dream of becoming a nurse, so she can support families just like hers… I was 11 months old when...
‘All I wanted was to be a mum’

‘All I wanted was to be a mum’

All her life, Angie Campbell had dreamed of being a mum and having a large family. But after being diagnosed with a genetic form of retinoblastoma as a baby she knew that her path to parenthood wouldn’t be straightforward. She takes us on her remarkable journey over...
‘I can’t imagine my life without goalball’

‘I can’t imagine my life without goalball’

Kelsey Trevett, 16, was introduced to goalball during the 2012 London Paralympic Games. Since then, the sport has had a huge impact on his life, as he explains… As a blind teenager, it can be difficult to find a sport-related activity that is fully accessible: the...
‘Pirate game revealed my toddler’s eye cancer’

‘Pirate game revealed my toddler’s eye cancer’

Alice Taylor had been going blind in one eye for months without anyone realising. She was diagnosed with retinoblastoma in May 2017, when she was two years old. It was during a game of pirates, when the toddler put an eye patch on over her right eye, that her mum...
Ernie’s retinoblastoma story – by his mum Keri

Ernie’s retinoblastoma story – by his mum Keri

When Ernie was diagnosed with cancer just before his first birthday, it was his parents’ worst nightmare. But positivity saw them through their retinoblastoma journey and now they can look forward to their future, as mum Keri Holt explains… So, Ernie’s story...
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