The CHECT weekend follows young people who have been affected by eye cancer.
Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT) (5 films)
A charity offering life-long support for anyone who has been affected by the childhood eye cancer retinoblastoma (also known as Rb).
Films made by members of the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust who have been affected by this condition. For more information on Rb, including signs and symptoms, late effects, support available and the work of the charity, please visit their website chect.org.uk
Joshua was first diagnosed with eye cancer at 18 months. Joshua talks about the impact of losing his sight.
Lexie talks about life with an artificial eye after being diagnosed with Retinoblastoma a type of eye cancer.
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.
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.