How My Boy's Eye 'Wobbling' Ended Up Being a Brain Tumour!

The story revolves around Zac Eckworth, an 11-year-old boy from Hampshire who was diagnosed with a brain tumour called optic nerve glioma when he was just 14 months old. Zac's parents noticed that his eye was wobbling and took him to the hospital, where the diagnosis was made. Zac has been fighting the tumour for over a decade and has had to undergo numerous rounds of chemotherapy.

Despite the challenges, Zac remains determined and has even achieved a black belt in karate. He is currently enrolled in a drug trial for an experimental medication called Dabrafenib, which has significantly improved his quality of life. Zac's mother, Miriam, is grateful for the research that has allowed Zac to live a relatively normal life.

Despite being visually impaired, Zac enjoys various hobbies such as playing the keyboard, DJing, playing video games, and participating in goal ball, a visually impaired sport. He also attends a supportive school that provides him with resources such as braille and large print text. The article also provides information about optic nerve gliomas, including symptoms and treatment options.

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