- Author: Lexie Edwards
- Published: 15th Jan '16
- Channel: Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT)
- Region: UK
- Cancer Type: Eye Cancer, Retinoblastoma
- Tags: Artificial Eye, operation
Lexie talks about life with an artificial eye after being diagnosed with Retinoblastoma a type of eye cancer.
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A quick overview of films on our website during January 2016. Films featured on JTV Cancer Support this month – A Weird Film About Cancer Victoria Lexie What advice would you give a young person newly diagnosed with cancer?
January 2016 – Overview
Tor was diagnosed with retinoblastoma when she was younger. Tor talks about life with a one working eye as her other one had to be removed and an artificial one put in its place.
Filmed for the Cambridge Pathways Project. Louise Allen is a Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist and Louise tells us all about her role and the eye department.
Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist
Some of Childhood Eye Cancer Trust members share their thoughts on the weekend’s event, the charity and retinoblastoma. For more information on Childhood Eye Cancer Trust please visit their website here.
CHECT Weekend – Video Booth
Katie Knight and her dad David return to Jimmyteens to talk about Katie’s experience with cancer five years ago, plus a relapse two years later and how it affected them as a family. With the aid of blog entries, written […]