Where Are We Seeing Cases of Retinoblastoma?

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It's equally common in boys and girls. It's same incidents everywhere in the world, in the mountains of the Andes, on the Streets of Manhattan, the incidences has not changed through our time, it is the same throughout the world. Worldwide 100 years ago, a 100% of children didn't to develop this died, there were effective treatments.

There were In-ken/g sculptures I came across when I I was lecturing in Peru where you can clearly identify Retinoblastoma than sculpted in Inken/g students 2000 years ago so the cancer has been around for a long time, but there were no effective treatments, as a result of that we know what happens on treated and untreated the cancer growth in the eye blinds the children, it spreads to the brain and other parts of the body and kills him.

And it's in both eyes in 1 out of 3 children and in 1 eye in 2 out of 3 children.