Baby’s life saved by a glint in her eye


Felicity Salisbury was engendered with the eye cancer retinoblastoma but it was only picked up when a family supporter said she thought the “cat’s eye” glint needed checking out.

Tests showed that Felicity had three lumps in each eye.

Her mother, Charlotte Salisbury, 32, who lives in Lancaster, communicated “the sun gave Felicity the appearance of a cat’s eye. I never thought anything of it”.

But in August, when Felicity was nine months, adherent Laura Power, 33, came to visit and Charlotte told her what she had digged.

“Laura is a midwife,” said Charlotte.

“She told me to get it checked out immediately.”

Now skimpy Felicity is responding well to chemotherapy with doctors saying the note in her right eye is saved, while her damaged left eye is now recovering.

Charlotte added: “Her projection is good… I’m just so relieved it was caught – and I have my best friend to thanks be given to for that. She saved Felicity’s life.” 

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