R. D. Suckling

Learn More
One hundred cases of retinoblastoma were diagnosed in New Zealand-born children between 1948 and 1977 inclusive. Five patients had an affected parent, and of the remaining sporadic cases 25 had bilateral and 70 unilateral tumours. The frequency of retinoblastoma, 1 in 17,500 births, was similar to that reported for most other countries. There was no(More)
  • 1