15/03/16 | RESEARCHDr Simon Ramsden and Dr Trevor Cole answer some of the most frequently asked questions about genetic testing in retinoblastoma… Why do we carry out genetic testing for retinoblastoma? Genetic testing is predominantly used to advise on the recurrence risks to relatives...
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