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Retinoblastoma is an ocular cancer that occurs most often in children under 5 years of age. About 40% of all cases are inherited. Symptoms of retinoblastoma include eye pain, redness, dilated pupils, white pupils, and eyes that do not move or focus in the same direction. An eye exam, imaging tests, and lab tests are used to diagnose this type of cancer. Retinoblastoma may be treated with photocoagulation, cryotherapy, chemotherapy, radiation, and enucleation. Early detection is the best prevention for retinoblastoma.

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      • What are the different types of bone cancer?
      • What kinds of bone cancer occur in children?
      • What tests are used to diagnose bone cancer?
      • What is the treatment for bone cancer?
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      • What is the prognosis for bone cancer?
      • Can bone cancer be prevented?

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