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By: IANS

The camera on our smartphones can detect eye cancer generally found in children under the age of five, reveals a British non-profit organisation working in the field of childhood cancer.

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iPhone flash saved my son's life

“A mother has revealed how browsing through a set of family photographs helped save her son’s life,” Katie Davies reports for The Mirror.

“As Zak Sutherland’s mum Stacey looked at pictures of her four children on board the Polar Express she noticed a white pupil in her youngest’s eye,” Davies reports. 110 more words

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How your Camera-Phone Could Save your Child's Life

Today we would like to share a short video with you about Retinoblastoma and how easy it is to check for Retinoblastoma by merely taking a photo of your child using a flash. 134 more words

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Success is a journey, not a destination

You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you. — Walt Disney…

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Dreams

The nature of an ending

“If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Then quit. No use being a damn fool about it.” ― W.C. Fields 

The above quote sums up my reaction to the news I had been given — but I am here to tell you, 

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Cellphone Photo Reveals Eye Cancer

A woman named Julie Fitzgerald from Rockford, IL became concerned after seeing spots in the back of her 2-year-old’s eye. She starting doing what most mothers do when they become concerned about their child’s health…she went online and researched. 144 more words

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How one photograph helped this mom save her son's life

WATCH ABOVE: When Julie Fitzgerald looked at her son on the eve of his second birthday she knew there was something wrong. Rebecca Klopf explains how a simple picture saved a two-year-old boy’s life. 466 more words

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