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Retinoblastoma is an uncommon pediatric cancer that affects the retina of eye, which plays a key role in vision. The condition is most often diagnosed in children under age 5. The disorder can be genetic or non-genetic. When retinoblastoma is not inherited if only affects one eye. Retinoblastoma can spread throughout the eye, into the optic nerve and into the brain, bones and bone marrow.
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