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This area of the website explains the treatments which are currently used to treat retinoblastoma (Rb).   It has been written for the parents, families, friends and teachers of children who are undergoing treatment for the condition.

Select a treatment option from the menu on the left for further information.

We have other sections which you might like to read.

Rb & me (for ages 1-6)

Age-appropriate information for 1 to 6-year-olds about retinoblastoma (Rb), treatment, booklets and children's personal stories.

Rb & me (for ages 7-11)

Age-appropriate information for 7 to 11-year-olds about Rb, treatment, personal stories and fun links.

Rb & me (for ages 12-18)

Information for 12 to 18-year-olds about Rb, treatment, personal stories and fun links,

Adults after Rb

Information for adults who had Rb as a child, about genetics, late effects of treatment, looking after yourself, and our support services for adults.