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Kellie Perren discovers her daughter's eye cancer after spitting a strange white glow in her student

A mother has revealed how she discovered her five-year-old daughter eye cancer after she noticed a "spooky" white glow in her student. Kellie Perren, from Queensland, said her girl Isabelle was diagnosed with retinoblastoma – a rare and aggressive form of eye cancer that usually affects children under the age of five. View on the Channel Sevens breakfast show Sunrise, the mother wanted to issue a warning to other parents to check their children's eyes after she originally assumed she was over-responsive when she first noted the unusual reflection in her daughter's student. Scroll down for video An Australian mother has revealed how she discovered her five-year-old daughter Isabell e- eye cancer after she noticed a strange white glow in her pupil (picture of Isabelle as a child) "I couldn't explain it, I kept asking people if they could see it but no one could see it. It was like a ghost went very fast, as if you could not get a good look at it, said Perren. Doctors warn of the signs to watch out and say that the eye is very difficult to detect but "It is so often the diagnostic is today, "says Ginni Mansberg. She said that Dr. Google has also been a great help to the parents that People are googling why this eye is always white in lightning, and that is how they come to the doctors earlier, and earlier we diagnose it as all cancers, the better it is, Kellie Perren, from Queensland,…

A mother has revealed how she discovered her five-year-old daughter eye cancer after she noticed a “spooky” white glow in her student.

Kellie Perren, from Queensland, said her girl Isabelle was diagnosed with retinoblastoma – a rare and aggressive form of eye cancer that usually affects children under the age of five.

View on the Channel Sevens breakfast show Sunrise, the mother wanted to issue a warning to other parents to check their children’s eyes after she originally assumed she was over-responsive when she first noted the unusual reflection in her daughter’s student.

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 An Australian mother has revealed how she discovered her five-year-old daughter Isabelle's eye cancer after she noticed a strange white glow in her pupil (picture of Isabelle as a child)

An Australian mother has revealed how she discovered her five-year-old daughter Isabell e- eye cancer after she noticed a strange white glow in her pupil (picture of Isabelle as a child)

“I couldn’t explain it, I kept asking people if they could see it but no one could see it. It was like a ghost went very fast, as if you could not get a good look at it, said Perren.

Doctors warn of the signs to watch out and say that the eye is very difficult to detect but

“It is so often the diagnostic is today, “says Ginni Mansberg.

She said that Dr. Google has also been a great help to the parents that People are googling why this eye is always white in lightning, and that is how they come to the doctors earlier, and earlier we diagnose it as all cancers, the better it is,

 Kellie Perren , from Queensland, said that her girl Isabelle was diagnosed with retinoblastoma - a rare and aggressive form of eye cancer that usually affects children under five

Kellie Perren, from Queensland, said her girl Isabelle was diagnosed with retinoblastoma – a rare and aggressive form of eye cancer that usually affects children under the age of five [19659016] Dr. Mansberg said that children are usually diagnosed with the condition f re the age of three – but warned parents to be aware of the captured images.

& # 39; Isabelle was rather older than normal but we just want to be aware of it, especially if you see this consistently happening on photos, is an eye red and an eye doesn’t go red, & # 39; she said

Dr Mansberg said the condition usually turned out to be genetic.

“There are mutations we usually see but are not present in the parents, but they will move on to the children. So, anyone, whose parents have had retinoblastoma, we are really looking for it in little,” she says.

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