Same exact story for my now 2 year old son. We noticed his left eye "glowing/reflecting" back at us even when there was just a little bit of lighting. After examining the affected eye under general anesthesia, the opthamologist confirmed it was retinoblastoma and the tumor had already invaded about 80% of his eye and damaged most if not all of his vision as well. First we tried localized chemo where they administer it directly to the eye. Then after getting our hopes up when we learned it was shrinking, it eventually stopped working. Therefore leaving us with the dreadful decision in surgically removing his eye. He is currently receiving full body chemo now after the surgery to make sure that whatever remaining cancer cells that may be left is also destroyed.
My 3 year old nephew was diagnosed with retinoblastoma eye tumor cancer. We took pictures on Christmas eve but didn’t notice his eyes until a week later. By then his pupil was no longer brown it was white and you could see inside. He lost his right eye and is going thru chemo to try and save his other eye. And prevent anymore tumors from forming. I believe God is the best medicine and will cure him. Keep him in your prayers please!! Please no negative comments back.
Wow. Usually I have my flash off. If that's the first thing you have to do to check, snap away! It's free, unlike most of the stuff they had to do after. Glad he's OK though, and probably the coolest kid in school now. (I guess he has a glass eye?)
This is all I can ask for little ones and adults... Saved me at 30 from dying like my mom and grandma...please ladies check your "girls" aka blobs....saved me... The brach test is a life saver... Covered by any insurance including Medicare and Medicaid...please if you have any history on mom or dad side don't wait....and all it does is allow your doctor to screen you carefully to make sure 😇
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