Amelia

Amelia

Amelia was 3 1/2 when what was originally thought to be pink-eye turned out to be retinoblastoma, a rare children’s cancer that begins in the eye. Within days, she was in surgery at Wills Eye Hospital to remove her right eye. She was fortunate not to need chemo or...
Hannah

Hannah

Hannah was diagnosed with Retinoblastoma when she was only 4 months old. Because Hannah has an identical twin sister and a brother, her parents were especially concerned since this particular cancer is genetic. Hannah began chemotherapy at Holtz Children’s Hospital in...
Tacey

Tacey

Nineteen-year-old Tacey was diagnosed with her first childhood cancer, retinoblastoma, at just seven months of age. Retinoblastoma is a rare form of cancer that rapidly develops from the immature cells of a retina, the light-detecting tissue of the eye. She...
Gracelyn

Gracelyn

Gracelyn was diagnosed with retinoblastoma on August 10, 2011. She was sent to a retina specialist that day and then was sent to an oncologist in San Francisco the following day. She had 2 tumors on her retina that were large enough to be seen when looking in her...
Jude

Jude

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