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Below you will find a collection of emotive and inspirational stories from grandparents affected by retinoblastoma (Rb) in various different ways. We are extremely grateful to our members for sharing their thoughts with us and always welcome new accounts. Email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

Bren Freeman

Rb grandparent Bren Freeman shares his family's story about their journey since his granddaughter Grace was diagnosed with Rb.

Bill Cooper

As a doting grandfather, Bill struggled to come to terms with his grandson's diagnosis. His family have been through difficult times but here he explains some good has come from this.

Ann Young

Ann's grandson Joshua was diagnosed with Rb in 2001. Ann tells us, frankly and honestly, about how Rb has affected her life.

Roger Young

Roger's grandson Joshua was diagnosed with Rb in 2001.Roger shares his experiences and shows us how Rb can affect all generations.

You will find more stories from our members in other areas of the My Story section.

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