- Published: 7th Jul '16
- Channel: Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT)
The CHECT weekend follows young people who have been affected by eye cancer.
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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.
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